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Window Blind Cord Strangulation

Call Our El Paso Product Liability Lawyers – (832) 687-2942

Children in millions of homes across America are at risk of window blind cord strangulation due to poorly designed window blind systems. The cord on window blinds can become entangled around a curious child, strangling them, sometimes fatally. To bring attention to the issue and hopefully bring this danger to an end, Daspit Law Firm of El Paso is representing parents who have lost their children to window blind cord strangulation incidents. The pursuit of justice and closure can send a message to legislators and product manufacturers that the time for a safe change is well overdue.

People rely on Daspit Law Firm because we:

  • Offer free and confidential case reviews.
  • Make ourselves available 24/7/365 for client emergencies.
  • Visit homes and hospitals when our clients cannot travel.
  • Only get paid if we win our client’s case.
  • Do not charge upfront legal fees — no risk!
  • Get to know our clients like they were family.

We would like to hear from you to see how we can help. Contact our El Paso window blind cord strangulation lawsuit attorneys now.

The Serious Dangers Caused by Window Blind Cords

Between 1973 and now, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has collected approximately 770 reports of children and infants dying due to window blind cord strangulation. In other terms, one child loses their life to window blind cord strangulation every three weeks in the country. The extreme dangers caused by window blind cords are obvious, but they are still on blinds in millions upon millions of American homes and businesses.

A group called the Parents for Window Blind Safety (PFWBS) has actually made the most strides in advancing window blind cord safety. The group announced that many retailers across the country are opting to not stock corded systems, replacing them with cordless window covering products.

Are Window Blind Manufacturers Helping?

Since 1973, only two major recalls for window blind coverings have been enacted. Due to the consistent number of child deaths to window blind cord strangulation, it is clear these recalls are not enough.

Window blind makers have been accused of doing as little as they possibly can to avoid responsibility for the incidents. Some have even accused product makers of ignoring CPSC warnings altogether. Where product improvements could have been made, nothing has been done instead to save companies money.

Litigation Can Bring About Legislation Updates That Benefit Everyone

Daspit Law Firm and our El Paso product liability lawyers know that sometimes the most effective and fastest way to change regulations and improve safety is through litigation. Companies are often pressured by consumer lawsuits, and so are legislators. If you lost your child to a window blind cord strangulation accident, then we can use a lawsuit to help pursue justice, closure, and a better future for other children across the country.

The first step to justice is calling (832) 687-2942 and connecting with our firm.

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