In a recent article posted to msnbc.com, another family is claiming in a lawsuit that their child’s illness is tied to the usage of contaminated alcohol wipes manufactured by Triad Group and it’s sister company H&P Industries Inc. The alcohol wipes have were recalled amidst contaimination reports, and Triad Group has since had an injunction sought against them by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Consumer Protection Litigation and the U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Wisconsin. The injunction seeks a consent decree against Triad Group and Heartland Industries, who are accused of violating good manufacturing standards and failing to heed FDA inspections and warnings about problems with contamination and sterility.
If your child has suffered a severe injury that you believe may be tied to the use of contaminated alcohol wipes manufactured by Triad Group, learn more about your legal rights. Call 1-888-BURNETTI.
Triad Group Recalls Alcohol Prep Pads for Bacillus Cereus Bacteria
Product Recall: Triad Group Alcohol Prep Pads, Swab, and Swabsticks
Product Recall Update: Feb. 16, 2011 – FoxNews.com Reports “Parents Blame Tainted Alcohol Swabs for Toddler’s Death”
Product Recall Update: Feb. 22, 2011 – MSNBC.com Reports “FDA knew of problems at plant that made tainted alcohol wipes”
Product Recall Update: March 7, 2011 – MSNBC.com Reports “Colo. hospital blew whistle on contaminated wipes”
Product Recall Update: March 14, 2011 – Triad Group, the manufacturer of the recently recalled alcohol wipes, is closing their health care line “at least for now,” reports MSNBC.com.
Product Recall Update: March 18, 2011 – Triad Group Announces Another Recall – Povidine Iodine Prep Pads May be Contaminated with Bacteria
Product Recall Update: March 29, 2011 – FDA asks Triad Group to voluntary stop making and distributing drug products.
Product Recall Update: April 8, 2011 – Federal Officials Seize $6 Million in Products from Recalled Alcohol Wipe Manufacturer Triad Group
Product Recall Update: June 13, 2011 – Triad Group and Heartland Industries Have Injunction Sought Against Them by Federal Officials