Chicago Personal Injury Law Firm: Discussion about the Consumer Product Safety Commission

Chicago personal injury lawyer, Jim Morici, from the Chicago personal injury law firm of Morici, Figlioli and Associates asks Chicago product safety engineer Dan Pacheco, "What is an example of a guarding step that we might see or be aware of around the home in some products that we may use"? Dan Pacheco explains, "The fan is an example of a household item in which it needs to be guarded. Without the guard on a fan it proposes a hazard against adults and children." In this segment Chicago personal injury attorney, Jim Morici and Chicago products safety engineer Dan Pacheco also discuss the role of the government agency of the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Its sole purpose is to attempt to protect the public against hazards that these products may present. Consumer Product Safety Commission regulates thousands of products including cribs, lawn mowers, saws, household chemicals, and fans.

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