Fan Recall - Do You Have These Fans In Your Home?
Most people know that they can turn to personal injury lawyers following car crashes. The professionals are also useful for truck accidents, dog bites, defective products, and so much more. We will be focusing on faulty items, ceiling fans, to be precise, in this post. The majority of folks don't give these devices much thought. They simply turn them on to circulate the air in their homes, and that's it.
There certainly isn't anything wrong with that. After all, that is what the units are for. People expect household goods to function correctly. However, according to this new recall, these ceiling fans are doing everything but that. They can put homeowners, family members, and guests in danger. That is why we are going to tell you all about them.
Before getting into all of the details, let us discuss something else. If a Floridian gets hurt by a defective product, they might be entitled to fair compensation. They can even file a lawsuit if a recall was issued for the item. However, in such a case, the victim must prove their injuries occurred before the recall began or that they didn't have any prior knowledge of the situation. That can be challenging and tricky, but luckily, St. Pete and surrounding area residents don't have to face these matters alone.
Our firm is here to be of assistance. We have recovered over $500 million for accident victims, and that number increases with each passing day. The team has also helped successfully resolve more than 10,000 injury claims. Hopefully, you can stay out of trouble and not need our services, but if you ever find yourself in need of legal representation, please, do not hesitate to give us a call. Let's now move on to what brought you here, the ceiling fan recall.
Recall Number 21-059
King of Fans of Ft. Lauderdale is recalling Hampton Bay 54-inch Mara ceiling fans. The devices are for indoor or outdoor use. These pieces were sold at Home Depot stores between April 2020 and October 2020, but they were also available to consumers through homedepot.com. The blades of these fans may detach.
The distributor has already received 47 reports of detachments. They have also been informed of two incidents where the blades struck consumers. Four stories of property damage have surfaced as well. The models in question are...
• UPC: 082392599195 Black
• UPC: 082392599188 Polished Nickel
• UPC: 082392519193 Matte Black
• UPC: 082392519186 Matte White
People that own these ceiling fans should stop using them immediately. Failing to do so could lead to them getting injured. A flying projectile can do a lot of damage. If the blade hits a person in the head, a traumatic brain injury could come to fruition. Meanwhile, if it strikes them in the eye, they might lose their sight. Fractures, broken bones, and lacerations could be possible too.
Manufacturers don't just give out money to people claiming to be injured. They have legal teams standing by to discredit claims and prevent them from coughing up the dough. They don't care about victims or their medical costs.
Don't allow a corporation to take advantage of you. If their negligence or recklessness caused your injuries, put a proven commodity in your corner to fight for what is right and just. We will do everything in our power to get the results you seek.
The initial case review is free, which is a huge draw for loads of people. Plus, our clients only pay if they win. It doesn't get much better than that. So, pick up the phone and give us a call if the need arises. You won't be sorry you did.