Kenmore Oven Fires
Consumers who purchased a Kenmore oven or range which caught fire may have legal recourse to seek compensation for damages. It has been reported that certain Kenmore ovens can fail due to electrical problems, potentially posing a fire risk. Two consumers have already claimed that their Kenmore ovens caught fire, with both reporting property damage.
If your Kenmore oven or range caught fire, you may be able to seek compensation for any resulting damages, including property damage. To find out if you are eligible, complete our free case review form today.
Kenmore Oven Fires
One consumer claimed that his Whirlpool electric stove caught fire and was not extinguished until he lifted the top of the stove to spray the electrical lines directly. As a result of the fire, his house suffered smoke damage, while his kitchen counter tops were damaged by the fire directly. It is believed that this Kenmore oven fire stemmed from the failure of the oven control circuit board, on which at least one of the electrical components failed and resulted in the fire. Similarly, in another instance of a Whirlpool oven fire, a tenant claimed that when he attempted to use the burners, a spark erupted, resulting in a fire. He claims that the fire caused damage to his built-in microwave, stove and cabinets.
Has your Kenmore oven caught fire? Fill out our no cost case review form today to find out if you have legal recourse for damage caused by your appliance.
Legal Action for Kenmore Oven Fire Hazard
In light of these reports, consumers who claim damage from a Kenmore oven fire may have legal recourse. Potentially, these individuals may be able to bring a collective claim that the product was defective, or that the manufacturer was negligent in releasing a product with a Kenmore stove fire hazard into the marketplace. To learn more about seeking compensation for damages resulting from your Kenmore oven fire, fill out our free case evaluation form today.