Most Recent Product Recalls Winter 2018

At Bonina and Bonina, P.C., we keep a vigilant eye on businesses that manufacture and sell products to all consumers. After all, we are experienced products liability attorneys. At times, because of a dangerous or defective part or component, a company may recall a product. Consumers can track the recalls of toys and other products for children at safekids.org. They can track other product recalls at the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Food and Drug Administration and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Read more

Lead Poisoning – The NYC Housing Authority Scandal That Shocked The City

Recently, residents of New York City’s public housing system discovered that, for nearly four years, the New York City Housing Authority had failed to conduct lead paint inspections mandated by federal rules and city law. Even more shocking was that NYCHA filed a false report with the federal government in October 2016, certifying that the Housing Authority had conducted lead paint inspections, although city officials knew otherwise. Read more

An Introduction To Products Liability Law

If you’ve been harmed by a defective product, Bonina and Bonina, P.C. has the experience in product liability litigation to help you recover compensation from the party responsible. A fundamental concept of tort law states that a party who sells any product in a defective condition unreasonably dangerous to the user or consumer or to his property is subject to liability for physical harm caused to the ultimate user or consumer. Read more

What To Do If Your Child Received An Unsafe Toy This Holiday Season

Bonina & Bonina, P.C. is a law firm that provides representation in products liability matters for the communities of New York City, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Bronx, Brooklyn, Long Island, Westchester County, Nassau County, and Suffolk County. At Bonina and Bonina, P.C., we have been successfully fighting for New Yorkers injured in all types of accidents for over 50 years. Read more