Burn Lawsuit News and Information
If a severe or potentially life-threatening burn was caused by a defective product or another person’s negligence, recklessness or carelessness, financial compensation may be available.
Potential burn injury lawsuits are investigated nationwide by product liability lawyers and premises liability lawyers.
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Ryobi has pulled about 630,000 battery chargers from the market following numerous reports of overheating and some instances of property damage.
Most of the lawsuits filed after a December gas pipeline explosion near Charleston, W. VA. have been settled out of court for undisclosed amounts.
The CPSC has announced a recall of nearly three-quarters of a million teapots sold at Target due to risks of burns.
A Black & Decker Spacemaker coffeemaker recall was expanded this week after reports that some of the coffeemakers, recalled in 2012, continued to be sold.
About 30,000 Big Lots torches have been recalled due to risk of fire and burn injuries, after at least two reports of severe burns.
Replacement surgical scissors for the da Vinci robot are now being shipped, following a warning about surgical burns and other injuries.
The manufacturer of the da Vinci Surgical System has issued a letter to hospitals and doctors, warning about the risk problems with the surgical robot’s Hot Shears Monopolar Curved Scissors, which could cause burns and other injuries during robotic surgery.
Almost 10,000 heated jackets liners, some sold under the Harley-Davidson label, were recalled this week after at least two reports were received indicating that the jacket liners overheated and caused burns to consumer’s backs.
A recall has been issued for about 7,500 100-pound propane cylinders, which may carry a risk of fuel leaks between the cylinder and valve, posing a fire hazard if exposed to an ignition source.
About 20,000 Samsonite Dual-Wattage travel converter kits have been recalled following reports of the converters overheating, posing a potential fire and burn hazard for consumers.
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