McDonalds Recalls 2.3 Million Whistles Due to Product Liability Claims and Concerns

When you purchase an item from a company, you expect it to be safe. Unfortunately, products are often released that can cause serious harm to consumers. These problems can result in the company facing product liability claims and in some cases, costly recalls.
Take the case of roughly 2.3 million whistles that fast food giant, McDonalds, had to recall due to safety concerns. According to an article from KSDK 5 News, the whistles that were distributed in Happy Meals and Mighty Kids Meals presented a choking hazard to consumers.
Experts found that a small ball inside the 3-inch “Hello Kitty Birthday Lollipop” whistle could break free from the toy. In two instances, children inhaled the small ball and choked.
Anyone in possession of the affected toys is encouraged to return the item to a McDonald’s location for a free replacement. But what should you do if you’ve been injured as a result of using the whistle or other defective devices? The St. Louis personal injury lawyers with Cofman Townsley Injury Lawyers suggest speaking with a qualified legal representative to help you with your case.
Our firm is available anytime to answer questions you may have regarding your legal rights or to assist you in filing a claim for harm that was done to you. Feel free to reach out to us by calling (314) 499-1190.