We are seeing property damage as a direct result of a defective product. As many of you know, we are bundling these cases to decrease operational costs and increase settlement value.
Recently, we reiterated the case against Gree is not dead. In fact, we discussed why such a case is very much alive. In March 2016, The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reported Gree dehumidifiers caused $4.5 Million in property damage. Since Gree and the CPSC reissued the recall on November 29, 2016, that cost has jumped to nearly $19 Million in property damage and includes major brand names such as Frigidaire, Soleus Air, and Kenmore. This is why it is so important we bring these products to your attention. Doing so may help establish a product as being defective or of issue.
Consumer Product Safety Commission product recalls
Recently, the CPSC released the following product recalls:
- Gree Reissues Dehumidifier Recall Following 450 Fires and $19 Million in Property Damage
- L.D. Kichler Recalls Ceiling Fixtures Due to Fire Hazard