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Defective Martha Stewart Brand Lounge Chairs

Posted by Todd Hendrickson 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.

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