The plastic pitcher of a blender may separate exposing the rotating blades. This defect could result in a laceration hazard to consumers. Around 4,000 units of Kitchen Selectives 6-speed blenders model BL-15 were included in the recall. The model number of the recalled device is located at the base and they have a six-inch white electrical base along with 5 speed-selector buttons and the logo “Kitchen Selectives” located on the front in black letters. The blender was sold to customers in Pamida and Sutherlands between June 2009 and April 2012. Those who purchased these products are urged to return these to the store where the point of sale was made for full refund, according to news reports.
As a personal injury lawyer, my thoughts are with those involved in this recall. If you or someone dear to you was harmed by an unsafe product, you may want to discuss your claim with an attorney who can evaluate your case and help protect and defend your legal rights. An attorney will work by your side to get the best possible results for your claim. They can answer any questions you have and make sure your case gets the results it deserves. When you have legal support, they can help guide you through the processes associated with your claim and help you with any issues that may arise, along with completing necessary paperwork and forms.Tweet