Recent Product Recalls and Defects


As recalls of defective products continue to rise, we are seeing a significant increase in property damage caused by water and fire as a direct result of a defective product. We are working with our clients to bundle these cases to increase the settlement value and decrease your operational costs.

It is critical to identify the cause of product liability losses in the early stages of the claim. Our Early Involvement Team can assist you in this identification and will keep you informed of potentially defective products so you can maximize your recovery dollars.

We are working with our clients to bundle these claims

We are working with our clients to bundle these cases to increase the settlement value and decrease your operational costs associated with individually adjusting each claim. Therefore, it is imperative we bring to your attention certain products that help establish a product as being defective or of issue.

We are currently accepting new Gree files

In March 2016, The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) alleged 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. We are working with our clients to bundle these cases to increase the settlement value and decrease your operational costs associated with individually adjusting each claim. Contact our lead attorney on Gree files to discuss an arrangement.

We would like to remind you of the following CPSC recalls:

  1. Gree Reissues Dehumidifier Recall Following 450 Fires and $19 Million in Property Damage

Per the CPSC, the dehumidifier can overheat, smoke and catch fire, posing serious fire and burn hazards.

  1. Kohler Recalls Automatic Transfer Switches for Kohler Generators Due to Fire Hazard

Per the CPSC, the transfer switch can fail and overheat, posing a fire hazard.

  1. ALDI Recalls Deep Fryers Due to Fire and Burn Hazards

Per the CPSC, the deep fryer heating element can overheat, posing fire and burn hazards.