Walmart Table and Chair Recall, Amputation Risk

Attorney Eric Hageman is investigating a lawsuit against Walmart on behalf of a client whose finger was amputated when a chair purchased at Walmart collapsed. The chair was part of a table and chair set that Walmart later recalled on January 2, 2014. You can contact Eric for a free case review (click here now) and find out if you can sue Walmart for compensation.

The description of the chair and table set Walmart recalled on January 2, is as follows:

Mainstays card table sets with a black padded metal folding table and four black padded metal folding chairs. “Made by: Dongguan Shin Din Metal & Plastic Products Co,” or “Made by: Taiwan Shin Yeh Enterprises”, is printed on a white label on the bottom of the chairs.

The recall was issued after reports of 10 finger amputations. Injury reports have included 3 fingertip amputations, one finger amputation, multiple finger sprains and fractures as well as one report of a sore back.

Eric Hageman is a lead lawyer for our law firm, which recently won $45 million for clients injured by another product. Eric and Fred Pritzker, the firm’s founding partner, have won millions for clients who suffered amputations.

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