Sears Craftsman Lawnmowers Catching Fire?
Sears Craftsman Lawn Mowers
Consumers who own a Sears Craftsman lawn mower which caught fire may have legal recourse. It has been alleged that the certain Craftsman lawn mower models may pose a fire risk, with one consumer claiming that upon catching fire, the lawn mower damaged a portion of his garage. Potentially, consumers who report similar complaints regarding these products may be able to participate in a potential Sears lawnmower class action lawsuit to seek compensation for property loss and other damages.
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Craftsman Lawn Mower Fires
One homeowner claimed that his Craftsman riding lawn mower, purchased at Sears, caught on fire while he was mowing his yard. No particular recalls were found for this particular lawn mower; however, there was a recall issued for a similar Craftsman lawn mower which posed a fire risk stemming from the disconnection of the fuel lines from the outlet of the fuel tank. In this particular case, it is believed that once the mower caught fire, the fuel tank was compromised, permitting fuel to leak onto the fire, which continued to fuel the blaze. Another consumer reported a fire with his gasoline-powered Craftsman lawn mower. He claims that his Craftsman caught fire in his garage after storing away the mower.
Sears Lawnmower Class Action
In light of these reports, consumers who claim damage from a Sears Craftsman lawn mower fire may have legal recourse through a Craftsman lawn mower lawsuit. Potentially, these consumers may be able to file a collective claim seeking compensation for damages resulting from the fire. To learn more, fill out our free, no obligation case evaluation form today.