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Mini Blind Cord Lawsuits

Lawsuits After Strangulation Due to a Mini Blind Cord

Over the years, representing families in mini blind cord lawsuits has become something of a specialty of our firm. Having represented fifty such families, our attorneys have come to know this issue intimately and to feel very strongly about it. Where our competitors see a mini blind cord lawsuit as an opportunity to make money, our firm is deeply committed to ending the threat of mini blind cord strangulation once and for all. Knowing that families and young children continue to suffer this unthinkable tragedy, we have engaged in both advocacy efforts and litigation to call for regulations to impose industry-wide regulations.

Our greatest sympathy goes out to any family whose young child has been injured or killed in a senseless accident. Mini blind cord injuries are particularly senseless, as simple cordless technology to prevent this threat has been in existence for two decades. Mini blind cord strangulations and injuries are absolutely preventable, and our firm will work tirelessly until this risk is eliminated from American homes.

Our attorneys representing mini blind cord injury lawsuits work on behalf of individual families who has lost a child to a mini blind cord accident, and for the safety of American families in general. Working together with other national advocates including Parents for Window Blind Safety, Consumer Federation of America, Consumers Union, Kids in Danger, Public Citizen, U.S. PIRG, Independent Safety Consulting, and Safety Behavior Analysis, Inc., our mini blind attorneys are petitioning the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission to pass mandatory safety standards across the mini blind industry. These regulations would ensure all new products would be free of the risk of mini blind cord strangulation.

If your child or a loved one’s child has been injured or strangled by a mini blind cord, you may qualify to file a mini blind cord lawsuit to recover damages. No amount of money can alleviate the suffering and loss you have faced. For most families, filing a mini blind cord lawsuit is more about holding a company accountable for its negligence and seeking the passage of regulations that would prevent more mini blind cord strangulation incidents. Our attorneys are providing free mini blind cord injury lawsuit consultations to persons and families nationwide. We are available to listen to the details of your case and offer our expert opinion with no future obligation, including information on relevant mini blind cord lawsuit time limits for your state.

Mini Blind Lawsuits Are Not Class Action Lawsuits

Mini blind strangulation and wrongful death lawsuits are not class action lawsuits in which the plaintiff can expect to receive only a small settlement. Each mini blind injury lawsuit will be handled separately, and compensation will be determined based on the unique circumstances of each case.

Mini Blind Strangulation Lawsuits: No Fees Unless We Collect for You

Our attorneys representing individuals and families in mini blind cord lawsuits for injury or wrongful death offer their services on a contingency basis, meaning they never charge any fees unless compensation is won on your behalf. For your free, no-obligation mini blind cord lawsuit consultation with one of our attorneys, please use our online contact form or chat feature. One of our attorneys handling mini blind lawsuits will contact you promptly.

Onder, Shelton, O’Leary & Peterson, LLC is a St. Louis personal injury law firm handling serious injury and death claims across the country. We are the leading provider of window blind cord lawsuit representation, having represented fifty such cases in the past. If a child in your family has suffered a window covering injury we will discuss your situation and answer as many of your questions as possible without any fee or further obligation. Should you wish our firm to represent you in a window blind lawsuit, we never charge a fee unless we are able to collect for you.

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