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Quest ZRT Riding Lawnmower Defect Recall Lawsuit

Quest ZRT Riding Lawnmower Defect Recall Lawsuit Our law firm is investigating possible product liability based personal injury lawsuits against Exmark, the designers and manufacturers of the recently recalled Quest ZRT Riding Mower for potential loss of steering resulting in an increased risk of accidents causing serious harm. Lawsuit Information: If you or a loved one have suffered serious harm due to the use of a defective riding lawnmower feel free to contact our law offices. All legal consultations are confidential and free of charge. Recall Information: According to the CPSC’s recall website an estimate 5,300 units of the riding mowers were previously recalled in May 2012. This recall includes Exmark Quest ZRT mid-mount riding mowers detailed below.
  • QST20BE422  –  814303 through 891973  –  42 inches
  • QST22BE482  –  803664 through 895485  –  48 inches
  • QST24BE522  –  810131 through 887319  –  52 inches
Common Injuries: Common injuries associated with accidents involving riding lawnmowers include the following…
  • Burn Injury
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Lower back injuries
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Facial fracture
  • Broken bones and cracked ribs
  • Nerve Damage
  • Emotional Distress
  • Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD)
Defective Product Litigation: There are several ways a litigator can prove the existence of a defect in a product. (1) Defect in the product original design (2) Defect in the manufacturing process either through the use of less expensive material or manpower. (3) Defect in the labeling – failure to properly warn of all harms associated with the use of the product. Compensation Available For Victims: Victims of Personal Injury caused of a defective product are entitled to compensation for all harms suffered. Specific types of harms compensable include the following..
  • All medical expenses including hospitals costs, doctors visits, rehabilitation care and future medical care.
  • Loss of wages and loss of future income
  • Disability care expenses
  • Non-economic damages
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Mental Anguish
Further Information: Defective Product Litigation    

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