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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Consumer reports of shattering glass and injuries has led to a recall of thousands of Starbucks coffee presses.
Hundreds of thousands of Rayovac flashlights could be a burn hazard to customers and have been pulled from shelves nationwide.
HP Chromebook 11 power supplies can overheat, causing burns and fires, according to a recall affecting 145,000 laptops
Abut 720,000 cans of Wahl Total Care aersol cleaner were recalled following reports of cans igniting.
A $161 million settlement is under consideration to resolve dozens of lawsuits over exploding gas cans, millions of which were sold through Walmart.
About 1,800 Menard’s Christmas trees were removed from the market Monday after reports of overheating.
An investigative report reveals dangers of flashback explosions linked to gas cans.
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.
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