While the East Coast relies on generators for power, one main generator is being recalled for malfunctions, the Champion Power Equipment portable generator can leak fuel from the carburetor, posing a significant fire hazard. There have been 11 reports of the generators leaking the flammable fuel, and eight of those reports claimed that the generator caught on fire as a result. Two people reported that their property was damaged as a result of the fire. The portable generators have a black frame with black and yellow handles, and are considered Model number 41332 generators.If you have been affected by the Champion generator carburetor recall, contact David A. Zipfel & Associates, LLC today! We can help you pursue the compensation you deserve.
As well, Champion Power wants to recall their Model number 41532 generators. The generators cost approximately $699 and can be returned to their manufacturer or to Costco wholesale for a full refund. The consumers can also call Champion Power and receive a free repair kit to fix their generator themselves. If you have been affected by the product defects of this generator, and you experienced property damage or have been burned by the machine, then you have the right to seek compensation from Champion Power.
When you purchase an item, you want to be able to rely on that product. Generators are an important source of power, especially in power swipes like the one that is associated with Hurricane Sandy. Contact a personal injury attorney today if you want more information about how to sue in the event of a defective product. The accomplished attorneys at David A. Zipfel & Associates, LLC are more than willing to help you with your case. These hardworking lawyers are focused on fighting for their clients and operate on a contingency fee basis. That way, they are more motivated to get you the settlement that you desire.Unless you get paid, the attorneys at David A. Zipfel don’t get any money. Contact our office today if you are looking for a East Hartford injury lawyer you can trust!