A product recall has been initiated recently by Advanced Sports International due to faulty bicycles they manufactured and sold. The bicycles involved in the recall are the 2017 model of Breezer and Fuji bicycles. These products have defective seats and legs. Around 3,000 products are affected by this recall.
Defective products typically fall within three categories of defect: manufacturing flaw, design defect and/or failure to warn. A manufacturing flaw occurs when one item in a series happens to contain flaw not contained in the series. In other words, the defect is not series-wide. A design defect, however, is found when all items in a series are defective because they were all designs improperly. Finally, a defect from a failure to warn arises when a normally safe product becomes unsafe because improper or incomplete instructions on safe use were not provided by the manufacturer.
If you or a loved one have been injured due to a defective product, contact the Saint Louis law office of Meyerkord, Meyerkord & Kurth. Using the product liability law, our attorneys can hold the liable manufacturer responsible for the damages caused by their negligence. Our office has over a century of experience, and have handled a variety of defective product cases. To acquire the compensation you deserve our team will prove that their product either: dangerous was defectively designed, lacked acceptable safety warnings, or was manufactured defectively. To begin your road to justice, contact Meyerkord, Meyerkord & Kurth today for a free no obligation consultation.