Echo Gas Powered Blowers Recalled
Citing a potential fire hazard, the Consumer Product Safety Commission today announced a recall of gas powered blowers in conjunction with their manufacturer, ECHO, Inc. from Lake Zurich, Illinois. The recall cited a potential fuel line issue which could lead to fuel leaking from the machine during use. This fire hazard poses a significant risk In continually dry Nevada, an area already prone to wildfires. For safety reasons, the CPSP cautions to discontinue use of the equipment and contact ECHO for instructions on how to return the unit to an authorized service dealer. If you have been injured by an ECHO Powered Backpack blower, and wish to recover medical costs, lost wages and remuneration for pain and suffering, contact Benson and Bingham for a free legal consultation today.
Las Vegas and the rest of the state of Nevada are extremely dry desert climates, requiring homeowners to be extremely diligent in clearing away excess brush, tumbleweeds and dead plant matter. Reno in Northern Nevada, due to an extremely dry winter, has seen two significant wild fire events in the past 4 months. Should the ECHO Power Blower malfunction in many areas across Las Vegas and Southern Nevada, the potential for significant injury and damaged property is extreme. If you have experienced an ECHO Power Blower injury in Las Vegas, contact Benson and Bingham today to discuss your case.
Benson and Bingham are one of the most successful and technologically advanced personal injury law firms in Southern Nevada. However, the main reason for our success has not been because of our ability to use technology, but instead on our ability to develop trusting relationships with the clients we represent. We take pride in helping people during some of the worst periods of their lives. While we cannot promise a positive outcome to your case, the $24,000,000 we secured for clients in 2010 and 2011 illustrates how successful our approach has been.