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Daily Herald: Personal injury attorneys address liability of mask-makers

CHICAGO (May 4, 2020) – In ordinary times, businesses and individuals could find themselves under scrutiny by personal injury attorneys if they were to suddenly begin making a product without any real experience and something went wrong. But the COVID-19 pandemic is anything but ordinary, which is why some prominent Chicago-area personal injury attorneys say they expect legal leeway for companies that have flipped business models, for sewing enthusiasts in their homes and for others now producing cloth or protective respirator-type masks in an effort to prevent spread of the infection.

Attorney Patrick Salvi II told the Daily Herald’s Bob Susnjara he does not expect potential lawsuit problems for individuals and businesses making a good-faith effort to help others by taking up mask making or other similar manufacturing during the pandemic.

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