The Academy of Product Safety Attorneys (APSA) serves to help protect the public from defective or unsafe products through education, awareness and advocacy. With a nationally recognized faculty of product safety and consumer advocates, it is the mission of the Academy to inform the public on current safety issues, create greater accountability among companies who make products and to spur change to make products safer.
FACES of Product Safety View all stories
Isabella’s Story: Rental Car Industry Should Be Held to Higher Standards
Kaylee’s Story: NHTSA Should Regulate Design, Placement of Airbags
Product Safety Report View all articles
Department of Transportation Releases Automat...
“Automated Vehicles 3.0” is the third iteration of the federal government’s “voluntary” guidelines on the development and deployment of automated vehicle technology, and it puts a fine point on the pro-industry approach on automated vehicles that the federal government has been espousing … Read More
Allegations of Kidney Failure and Diabetic Ke...
A number of lawsuits have been filed against Janssen Pharmaceuticals and Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharmaceuticals, nationwide and in Pennsylvania involving allegations the Diabetes drug Invokana causes kidney failure and a condition called diabetic ketoacidosis. The suits claim the diabetes drug Invokana … Read More
Legislative & Legal
Government’s New Highly Automated Vehic...
The recent guidelines published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA abdicate its mandate which would have resulted in thoughtful, thorough, national regulations that ensure, transparency, safety, and accountability, instead they are simply deffering to the industry to regulate … Read More
Academy Updates View all updates
APSA Names New President, Jaime Jackson
The Academy of Product Safety Attorneys (APSA) is a national organization with the mission of promotinh product safety through education, awareness and advocacy. The “Academy” is a coalition of product safety attorneys working to make products safer through a unified voice. The Academy was … Read More