In a news release, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Blount International Inc announced the recall of their Oregon Replacement Lawnmower Blades due to reports of breakage of the lawnmower blades during normal use, posing a laceration threat to user and bystander. The recall is for the blades in Aries 48-inch lawnmowers, sold under the Oregon brand name. These blades can be identified by the part number 91-003 and PA or PJ printed on the surface. Consumers are being asked to stop using these blades and return them to the place of purchase. For further information, contact the firm’s recall hotline between 6 a.m and 4 pm CT, Monday through Friday, or the CPSC hotline.
As a York personal injury attorney, I’ve seen many similar safety recalls in the past and the devastating injuries that defective items such as this can cause. If you’ve suffered an injury through the use of a defective product, it might be in your best interests to contact a personal injury lawyer with experience in these matters to learn more about the legal avenues that may be open to you.Tweet