Over 2 million various electric dehumidifiers that were manufactured by Gree Electric Appliances are being recalled due to risk that they may overheat and cause fire, according to an article published by USA Today on Thursday, September 12.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the recalled dehumidifiers, which have various brand names and weigh anywhere between 20-70 pints, have reportedly caused 46 fires and over $2 million properties to be damaged, but no injuries.
The affect dehumidifiers were sold in major stores in the U.S. and in Canada from 2005 through August 2013. The manufacturer said in a press release that consumers should stop using the recalled product immediately and call 866-853-2802 to obtain a refund. Other details regarding the defective dehumidifier are listed on the CPSC’s website.
If you’ve been injured due to this defective product or another unsafe product in Connecticut, a lawyer from the Law Offices of Paul Levin might be able to help you pursue compensation. Learn more about filing a product liability claim by calling us at 860.560.7226 today.
A Connecticut carnival ride lost power Sunday afternoon, leaving 18 people, most of them children, injured. When the “swing” ride at the Oyster Festival in Norwalk lost power, riders immediately fell to the ground.
Twelve children and one adult were transported to hospitals in the area, many suffering from broken bones. Five others at the scene refused treatment. All but one victim were released by Sunday evening. The remaining hospitalized patient sufered non-life threatening injuries, however.
Other rides at the festival were shut down following the accident, but reopened later in the day after inspection.
At the Law Offices of Paul Levin, we want to help you and your loved ones in Connecticut if you have been harmed due to a property owner’s negligence or a defective product. Learn more about filing a product or premises liability claim by calling 860.560.7226.
Four children and one other person – it is still unclear if he or she was an adult or child – were left injured after a school bus accident on I-84 this morning.
The accident occurred around 7:30 a.m. near the Connecticut Boulevard ramp. A press release revealed that the injuries for those involved were minor, and that damage to the school bus was also not severe.
The children were taken to the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and the fifth injured person was transported to St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center. Both are located in Hartford.
The accident was cleared around 8:15 a.m. However, motorists still face delays on I-84 and Route 2.
Our legal team at the Law Offices of Paul Levin understands how scary it must be for parents in Connecticut to hear that their child has been harmed. If you or a loved one has a child who has been injured due to the actions of others, call 860.560.7226.