Lawsuit Investigation: Did Your Hair Dryer Catch Fire or Spark?

Last Updated on August 23, 2022

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Case Update

August 23, 2022 – Investigation Closed

At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone who had their hair dryer spark, melt, smoke or catch on fire.
What’s Going On?
Attorneys working with are investigating whether certain hair dryers contain a defect that makes them more susceptible to catching fire. To help with their investigation, the attorneys need to speak with consumers to learn about their experiences with several hair dryer brands.
Which Brands Are Under Investigation?
Attorneys are specifically looking into hair dryers sold under the following brand names: Revlon, Conair, Helen of Troy, Drybar, GHD, Dyson, Hot Tools, Harry Josh, CHI, Paul Mitchell, BaBylissPRO, and InStyler.
How Could a Class Action Lawsuit Help?
If attorneys find a specific product presents an unreasonable fire risk, they may be able to file a lawsuit to force the manufacturer to change the way they design their products, pull the product from the market, or provide better instructions or warnings. Consumers may also have the chance to get back some of the money they paid for their hair dryers.