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Defective Product

Wolf Ovens

According to the complaint for this class action, plaintiff Barry Garfinkle bought a Wolf 30-inch E Series double over in May 2012, but within a little over a year, he noticed that the porcelain interior finish on one of the oven cavities had begun to crack and splinter off. Not long after that, the complaint says, he noticed that the other had developed the same problems. The complaint alleges that although Wolf had the ovens replaced—twice—after about a year, both cavities of this third set of ovens showed the same problem.

image of See-Doo PWC

According to the complaint for this class action, See-Doo PWC’s have a defect that causes the exhaust resonator to melt, causing the craft to take on water and sink. This case has been brought against three related companies collectively known as BRP, who act together to design, manufacture, market, distribute, warrant, sell, and service PWCs.

image of eotech sights

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that EOTech Holographic weapons sights are defective and result in four different issues including:

  • “Reticle dimming” from moisture incursion,
  • Movement of the reticle as the temperature changes known as “thermal drift,”
  • Parallax, and
  • Distortion of the reticle in cold weather
image of gastite steel tubing

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Gastite and Wardflex corrugated stainless steel tubing (CSST) contain certain design defects that make it susceptible to lightning strikes which may cause the CSST to become energized and perforate causing a gas leak, fire, or explosion.

image of clairol balsam color products

This class action lawsuit claims that Clairol Balsam hair coloring dyes can have serious side effects that can harm the short term comfort and long term health of users.

image of a J4 tactical holster

            This class action lawsuit claims that the use of SCCY holsters in combination with SCCY firearms poses an unreasonable danger of accidental discharge.

“Vaping” has been marketed as a safe alternative to smoking cigarettes, but many users around the country have recently experienced dangerous explosions due to poor battery design.

image of a kenmore grill

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that certain barbecue grills, with model numbers 01566, 03495, 16142, 16154, 23673, 23676, 23681, 23682, 23683, 23766, 34172, 34176, 34178, 34308, and 34611, sold by Sears were manufactured with rebox trays made out of galvanized steel, making the trays defective and resulting in them rusting and failing prematurely. 

conair infiniti pro

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that the Hair Dryers sold by Conair had defectively designed heating coils and electrical cords which caused the Hair Dryers to fail, and sometimes injure consumers.

image of WEN products

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Guthy-Renker, LLC and WEN by Chaz Dean, Inc. designed, manufactured and sold WEN® Hair Care Products which allegedly cause certain users to suffer personal injury including hair loss, hair damage and and/or scalp irritation. Plaintiffs also asserted that statements made in connection with the marking of WEN® were untrue and misleading.