A number of lawsuits have been filed against the Triad Group, a Wisconsin medical products manufacturer, over its contaminated alcohol wipes. The latest lawsuit, filed in federal court in Tennessee, contends Triad and its sister company, H&P Industries, knowingly distributed the contaminated wipes. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration shut down the Hartland plant in April. The company denies the allegations and says it has complied with federal regulations.
The latest lawsuit was filed by a Tennessee resident, Mitchell Gold, who says he was hospitalized after getting sick from the company’s contaminated wipes and has ongoing health problems as a result. According to media reports, two people named in previous lawsuits have died, including a two-year-old boy in Houston, Texas.
Source: The Journal Sentinel
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