Lawsuit Against TASER® International Dismissed
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.- TASER® International, Inc. (Nasdaq: TASR), a market leader in advanced non-lethal weapons, today announced that a lawsuit against TASER International was dismissed without prejudice. The lawsuit entitled Nick Kerchoff v. TASER International, Inc. was filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan in June 2004. This lawsuit alleged that Mr. Kerchoff was injured when he volunteered to experience a TASER discharge during a TASER device demonstration.
"We feel vindicated to have TASER International dismissed from this lawsuit," stated Doug Klint, Vice President and General Counsel of TASER International, Inc. "There was no medical evidence linking the TASER device to Mr. Kerchoff's injuries. We will continue to aggressively defend this type of frivolous litigation," concluded Klint.
About TASER International, Inc.
TASER International, Inc. provides advanced non-lethal devices for use in the law enforcement, military, private security and personal defense markets. TASER devices use proprietary technology to safely incapacitate dangerous, combative or high-risk subjects who pose a risk to law enforcement officers, innocent citizens or themselves. TASER technology saves lives every day, and the use of TASER devices dramatically reduces injury rates for police officers and suspects and reduces litigation costs. For more information on TASER life-saving technology, please call TASER International at (800) 978-2737 or visit our website at www.TASER.com.