Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) December 05, 2012
Cincinnati, Ohio – December 5 - The law firm of Statman Harris & Eyrich, LLC is continuing its investigaiton into alleged defective product design issues, the banning of Blackhawk SERPA Holsters with an auto locking/finger release design by various entities, as well as safety concerns relating to accidental discharge while these holsters were in use. According to a May 3, 2012 memorandum from the United States Department of Agriculture, “Several law enforcement agencies, including FLETC, have experienced incidents where students and field agents/officers using Blackhawk SERPA holster have had accidental discharges resulting in personal injury and/or property damage,” and “the Blackhawk SERPA holster will immediately be banned from use in the training environment.” Additionally, members of the shooting community, such as Maryland Shooters, have reported that the Serpa Holster has been banned from use at IDPA competition (http://www.mdshooters.com posting August 17, 2011).
Persons who have purchased the Blackhawk SERPA Holster and are unable to utilize the holster for the purpose for which they intended at purchase because of alleged defective product design, bans, and/or safety concerns and wish to discuss this investigation and their consumer rights, are encouraged to contact attorney Jeffrey P. Harris, without any obligation or cost, at (513) 345-8181 or jharris(at)statmanharris.com.
Statman, Harris & Eyrich, LLC, which has significant experience in consumer and securities fraud class actions and derivative litigation, has offices in Chicago, Illinois; Cincinnati, Ohio; Dayton, Ohio; Sarasota, Florida; and Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. http://www.statmanharris.com Attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee similar outcomes.
Statman, Harris & Eyrich, LLC
Jeffrey P. Harris, Esq.
441 Vine Street, Suite 3700
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Phone: (513) 345-8181