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.
All Articles Tagged With: "Burn"
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.
Harbor Freight Tools is recalling about 108,000 cordless drills because the trigger switch may overheat, posing a potential fire and burn hazard for consumers.
A recall for about 161,000 LG electric ranges has been issued after reports where the stove-top burners are not turning off, or increase in temperature even after being switched off, posing a serious risk of burns and a potential fire hazard.
A number of different Banana Boat sprays and mists have been recalled from the market because the manufacturer has acknowledged that they may release more sunscreen than they should, which not only causes consumers to over-pay for the product, but also may increase the risk that the sunscreen will ignite and cause flames to develop [...]
A recall has been issued for an estimated 28,400 containers of wood cleaner and brightener due to potentially defective seals, which may allow hazardous chemicals to come in contact with consumers. The chemicals pose a risk of serious injury or burns if they come into contact with the skin or eyes.
Federal drug regulators are warning that some popular creams and gels that are commonly used to provide relief for muscle aches through heat therapy, such as Bengay, Icy Hot and Flexall, may sometimes go too far and cause severe burns.
More than 214 St. Jude Eon and Eon Mini implantable pulse generators (IPGs) have failed due to battery issues, causing potentially serious burns and other problems for patients, according to the manufacturer.
Contact a LawyerSubmit information about your potential case to be reviewed by an attorney.