Poisoning from laundry detergent pods is becoming a growing concern amount parents, politicians, health care providers and law firms. It has been reported that 2,719 children under 6 years of age have been injured by laundry detergent pods. Wright & Schulte is currently representing the families of 15 infants, young children and the elderly in laundry pod lawsuits that contend they suffered eye, mouth and throat burns and even death due to laundry detergent pods.
There Have Been Over 2,500 Reports To Poison Control Centers Involving Laundry Pod Poisoning Go Children On The Age Of Six This Year Alone.
As reported in The Wall Street Journal, “Poisonings and other accidents involving concentrated laundry-detergent packets remain a serious problem in the U.S., despite changes made to packaging and labeling”.
Laundry Pod Poisoning Lawsuits Are Being Filed On Behalf Of Families Of Children And The Elderly Who Have Been Injured Or Died Due To Ingesting The Highly Potent Liquid Concentrated Detergent.
Laundry Pod Injuries In Product Liability Lawsuits Allege Detergent Makers Products Cause Injuries And Detergent Manufacturers Failed To Disclose The Risks Associated With Their Products.
Laundry Pod Poisoning Lawsuits Are Being Filed Due To The Serious Injuries Suffered From Exposure To Highly Concentrated Detergent. Proposed Legislation Calls For Changes In Laundry Pod Packaging.
Proposed Laundry Detergent Pod Poisoning And Child Safety Act Calls On Consumer Product Safety Commission To Create New Safety Standards To Prevent Injuries And Death Allegedly Due To The Liquid Detergent Pod Comments Wright & Schulte LLC
The Tide Laundry Pod Lawsuit Claims Procter & Gamble Failed To Properly Package, Formulate And Disclose The Risks Associated With Tide Pods Laundry Detergent Product
Recently Filed Laundry Detergent Pod Lawsuits Show Liquid Detergent Pods Are Poisoning Both Children And Adults Due To Their Candy Like Packaging
Senator Amy Klobuchar Co-Sponsors Proposed The “Detergent Poisoning And Child Safety Act Of 2015″ To Set Safety Standards On Liquid Detergent Pods That Have Seriously Injured Children