Due to bacterial contamination, Triad Group has issued a defective product recall of all Alcohol Prep Pads, Alcohol Swabs, and Alcohol Swabsticks made by the company, both those labeled sterile and those labeled non-sterile. If you have developed an infection after using any of these products you may be able to seek financial compensation for your injuries with the help of the products liability attorneys of Techmeier Law Firm.
Triad Group Alcohol Swabs, Alcohol Swabsticks, and Alcohol Prep Pads May Cause Infection
Triad Group Alcohol Prep Pads, Swabs, and Swabsticks may contain the dangerous bacteria Bacillus cereus, which can lead to life-threatening infections, especially among people already at greater risk for infection due to immune conditions or recent surgery.
Triad Group may be listed as the manufacturer on these defective products’ packaging, but the defective, contaminated products may also be sold under the brands:
- Cardinal Health
- PSS Select
- Boca / Ultilet
- Moore Medical
You may receive instructions in the mail on how to return the defective Triad Group products. If you find that you have Triad Group Alcohol Prep Pads, Alcohol Swabs, or Alcohol Swabsticks in your possession, you should not continue to use them. If you develop any sort of pain, discoloration, or other signs of infection, seek medical treatment immediately and contact Techmeier Law Firm‘s product liability lawyers, who have experience in defective medical device cases.
Beginning a Defective Product Lawsuit against Triad Group
If you use Alcohol Prep Pads, Swabs, or Swabsticks to prepare your skin for regular injections, such as insulin or Copaxone®, those included with your medicine are likely to be made by Triad Group. This puts you at risk for a serious and even life-threatening infection. Even if you have not yet seen any symptoms of infection, you may want to contact both your doctor and one of our experienced defective product lawsuit attorneys just in case.
If you do develop an infection from using Triad Group products, you may be entitled to money damages to cover the costs of treating your infection as well as other related costs. The experienced product liability lawyers of Techmeier Law Firm are ready to help you put your case together and hold Triad Group responsible for allowing its contaminated products to harm consumers.
If you have used Triad Group Alcohol Prep Pads, Alcohol Swabs, or Alcohol Swabsticks for Copaxone® injections or any other use in Wisconsin, please contact the product liability and personal injury attorneys of Techmeier Law Firm, located in Milwaukee.