New AAJ Report On Corporations Failing to Protect Consumers from Faulty Products


This press release is from the American Association for Justice:

Today, as the U.S. Chamber celebrates their annual “legal reform summit” – an event dedicated to blaming lawsuits and trial lawyers for all of our country’s ills, the American Association for Justice has released a report entitled “They Knew and Failed To,” detailing numerous examples of medical devices, prescription drugs, and other consumer products that remained on the market after critical safety concerns had been raised within the company.

One example details police officer Tony Zeppetella’s bullet proof vest that he had paid $313 to upgrade from his standard-issue vest.

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