Defective Martha Stewart Brand Lounge ChairsPosted by in Products Liability
The Chicago Tribune has reported that Des Moines, Iowa attorney Guy Cook has reached confidential settlements on behalf of 3 persons injured by a defective lounge chair sold by K-Mart under the Martha Stewart brand. The full story can be found here.
The chairs were defectively designed. The design allows the legs to snap forward and creates a guillotine effect. Numerous persons have experienced complete or partial amputations of fingers or fingertips. K-mart and Martha Stewart continued to sell the chairs for a period of time even after the first lawsuits were filed.
If you’ve been injured by a defective product, please contact the offices of HendricksonLaw.com to discuss your rights.