Lawsuit Investigation: Nutribullet Broken Blades

August 11, 2016 Last Updated on January 4, 2017

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At A Glance

Who Should Read This:
Anyone who purchased a Nutribullet and had problems with the blades.
What's Going on Exactly?
Attorneys working with are investigating whether any of the Nutribullet products are defective. To help with their investigation, they need to hear from people who purchased them. This can help the attorneys determine whether a class action can be filed.
What Can I Get Out of This?
If attorneys believe any of the Nutribullet products are defective, they may be able to start a class action lawsuit. A lawsuit could help consumers get their money back for the cost of their Nutribullet systems.
What Are People Saying? Is There Any Proof to This?
Consumer Reports has marked the Nutribullet Pro 900 as a "Don't Buy: Safety Risk Item." The Today Show also highlighted the blade issues, while a number of consumers have reported their complaints online. This has served as evidence enough for attorneys we work with to start investigating these products.
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