Curio Designs Recalls Lights Due to Shock and Fire Hazards
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
Curio Designs is
recalling their modular lights and bases due to potential shock and fire hazards.
The company reported that the lamp pieces could crack during assembly
and the lamp bases have faulty wires, which can pose a shock and fire
hazard. The company is recalling around 1,500 modules which include Table
Starter Kits, Expansion Kits, Tri-bases and Hanging Starter Kits. These
kits let the consumer design their light fixture by adding or subtracting
candelabra bulbs and Y-pieces. There haven’t been any injuries reported,
but the company states that consumers should immediately stop using these
products. They say to contact the company to receive a replacement lamp
or a refund.
Product liability laws help protect consumers from faulty or defective
products and the injuries that they can cause. Sadly, most companies are
not aware that their products have problems until consumers either report
faulty items or are injured. Most times recalled products can be returned
for a refund or the consumer is given replacement parts to fix the product.
Companies hold a responsibility to alert consumers of potentially harmful
products by issuing a recall. However, sometimes injuries happen before
a recall is issued. If you experience injuries from faulty or defective
products, contact a product liability attorney. An attorney will be able
to answer any questions and concerns you may have and discuss your case.
They will assess your injuries and can pursue legal action for compensation,
holding the company liable for any expenses you have incurred.
The personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC have helped
many victims of faulty or defective products. We understand that these
injuries are not only painful but stressful as well. We work diligently
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