Defective Products

When a company releases a defective product into the marketplace, those who bought the product may be able to file a class action lawsuit against the manufacturer. Often, these cases seek compensation for the cost of the product itself, as well as any damage it caused to the consumer and his or her property.

We have separate sections on our websites for defective appliances and automobiles and construction and plumbing products. This page is for products that didn’t fit into one of those categories.

If you own any of these products, get in touch with us today and tell us your story. Newsletter

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Attorneys have reason to believe that certain bottled water products may contain toxic chemicals known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), which have been linked to various health problems.

Consumers are complaining that the nonstick coating on their Crock-Pot slow cookers flakes off and peels, sometimes after only a few uses. In light of these complaints, attorneys working with are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed.

Attorneys working with are investigating whether lawsuits can be filed against the makers and sellers of fiberglass mattresses for releasing dangerous products into the marketplace without adequate warnings.

Halo Products Group advertises that their Versa 16 outdoor pizza oven can heat to 950 degrees Fahrenheit in 12 minutes—but consumers are saying the product is incapable of reaching anywhere close to this temperature within any timeframe.

Users have reported that the rear brakes on the KQi2 Pro kick scooter do not engage when the battery is fully charged, which could be a potential safety hazard.

Attorneys are looking into whether a class action lawsuit can be filed over a potential defect that may be causing Luxe bidets to leak.

Parents who have used the Philips Avent Premium Fast baby bottle warmer are complaining that bottles come out of the product too cold or too hot, the latter of which can pose a burn risk to babies and compromise the milk’s nutritional value.