Flying Fan Blades Lead to Recall of Harbor Breeze Fans Sold at Lowe’s
Following numerous reports of injuries from flying fan blades, Fanim Industries is recalling its 48-inch Harbor Breeze Santa Ana ceiling fans. The recall is expansive. It affects around 70,000 ceiling fans sold exclusively at Lowe’s around the country and online between May 2014 and January 2016. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the manufacturer is already aware of at least 10 reports of injuries caused by errant fan blades. Consumers are urged to stop using the affected fans immediately.
What Should I Do If I am the Victim of a Defective Product?
If a dangerous or a defective product has left you or a loved one seriously injured, you need to speak with a products liability attorney as soon as possible. There is limited time to file a claim, and the time limit varies by state. If you miss the deadline, you will not be able to receive the compensation you deserve.
It is crucial to preserve as much evidence as possible to support your legal claim. This means you should not throw out the product that harmed you, but keep it somewhere safe so it can be inspected later. Hold onto any packaging, instructions, receipts, or other materials because they may be useful for your claim.
If you or a loved one suffered injuries from a flying fan blade, call one of the award-winning product liability lawyers in Burg Simpson’s Cincinnati office today. Our accomplished lineup of product liability attorneys have years of experience taking on the biggest manufacturers in the world, held leadership positions in mass tort litigation cases, and helped thousands of clients obtain justice and compensation. They are willing to help you receive the compensation you deserve. Call 513-852-5600 to discuss your potential claim, or fill out our contact form for a FREE no-obligation consultation today.