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Window Blind Cord Strangulation

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Window blind cord strangulation is a serious risk in millions of American homes. Most parents do not even realize how dangerous window blind cords can be until something terrible happens. Daspit Law Firm of San Antonio is trying to help make a difference and spread awareness of window blind cord dangers by representing families in need of unwavering, truthful legal counsel after losing a child to a dangerously-designed window blind cord.

Our law firm is known for:

  • Getting to know clients like they were close friends.
  • Offering our services without upfront legal fees.
  • Only being paid if we win our client’s case.
  • Visiting homes and hospitals for client convenience.
  • 24/7 availability for client emergencies.
  • Free and confidential case reviews.

Get real legal champions on your side. Call our San Antonio window blind cord strangulation attorneys at (888) 217-8432 right away.

Just How Dangerous Are Window Blind Cords?

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has confirmed more than 750 child and infant deaths caused by window blind cord strangulations, dating back to 1973. This number confirms that one child death occurs somewhere in the country about once every three weeks. Despite this clear record of extreme danger, not much has been done to help correct the issue.

In fact, the most advancements in window blind covering safety has come in large thanks to an organization called Parents for Window Blind Safety (PFWBS). The group recently announced that its efforts have influenced more retailers to sell less corded window blinds systems and more cordless versions.

What are Window Blind Manufacturers Doing to Help?

There have been two major window blind recalls in relation to window blind cord strangulation dangers. While the recalls helped get specific models off the market, it only put a small dent in the overall dangerous situation. Product manufacturers have not been quick to respond to recalls, and they have certainly not taken any initiative to try to improve their product designs themselves.

In fact, some have accused window blind covering manufacturers of knowingly ignoring warnings and reports of cord strangulation hazards. This is certainly feasible, seeing how little change has been made in the last several decades.

Taking Legal Action Can Bring About Change

Daspit Law Firm and our San Antonio window blind cord strangulation lawsuit lawyers are hopeful that our legal action can start to make legislators and product makers alike realize the danger. By pursuing justice on your behalf, we can effectively do the same for families everywhere. Together, we may be able to bring you closure and some peace of mind, while also help protect the children of the future.

Learn more about our services and your legal options during a free, confidential consultation. Call (888) 217-8432 now.

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