Justice News Flash and CPSC alert Reebok recall
JusticeNewsFlash.com defective product recall alert. Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) recalls 1,000 Reebok products.
Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) http://www.cpsc.gov/
an Independent Federal Regulatory Agency, was created in 1972 by Congress, under the Consumer Product Safety Act. Under the direction of the U.S. Congress, CPSC’s mission is to protect the public against unreasonable risks of injuries associated with consumer products. The CPSC had jurisdiction over more than 15,000 kinds of consumer products used in and around the home, sports, recreation and schools.
December 8, 2008, West Palm Beach, FL (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Justice news victims’ rights advocates alert all consumers and product injury lawyers alerts of a hockey helmet recall. CPSC has announced a recall of 1,000 hockey helmets manufactured by Reebok. The Reebok hockey helmets are being recalled because the chin strap can disengage. The chin strap serves to keep the helmet on the head of the hockey player. No chin strap means the helmet can fall off leaving the young hockey players open to head and neck injuries.
Civil justice news informers, for JusticeNewsFlash.com, an Internet news and web site visibility medium, is reporting to all consumers the hockey helmet recall. Child and consumer safety is a priority for all Americans. Read the following information regarding the 1,000 Reebok hockey helmets:
-Hockey helmets with HECC sticker with a date code JUN-2013.
-Hockey helmets were sold between May 2008 and July 2008 and sold for between 480 and $200.
-Models: Ht8K, HT6K, HT4K, HTV10, HTV08 and HT692 are part of the recall
-Consumers need to stop using these helmets and return them to the place of purchase for a free replacement helmet.
-See the CPSC website for a complete listing and pictures of the models http://www.cpsc.gov/
-Consumers can also contact Reebock-CCM for additional information at 800-451-4600 or at www.reebockhockey.com.
Justice reporters work to save lives and keep families safe by informing all innocent Americans about the risk of injuries and deaths associated with defective consumer products. Insisting hockey players have safe equipment while practicing and competing may help reduce serious injuries and save lives. When consumers are injured by defective products companies may be held responsible. Consulting a product injury attorney who specializes in defective product injury litigation may help innocent people recover from their damages and injuries.
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