Injured By A Defective Heater? We Are Here To Help.

Were you injured by a defective heater? Faulty heating units can cause serious fires and burn injuries, and Wyatt Law Firm is here to help victims. Our San Antonio product liability attorneys are passionate about holding manufacturers responsible for defects in their products' design, manufacturing, and labeling. Contact us today to learn your legal rights after a defective heater injury.

Common Heaters And Heating Units

Some of the most common heaters and heating units at the center of product liability claims are:

  • Space heaters
  • Home heating / furnace systems
  • Water heaters
  • Vehicle heaters
  • Portable heaters (ex. outdoor or garage heaters)

While not every fire or burn caused by one of these heaters is because that heater was defective, in some cases, the product manufacturer is responsible. Heaters are frequently recalled due to reported injuries.

Recent Heater Recalls And Claims

Vornado Space Heater Recall
On August 14, 2014, Vornado recalled its electric space heaters due to a fire and burn hazard to consumers. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Vornado space heaters can overheat and ignite.

Faulty Heater Kills Husband and Wife
In December 2014, a husband and wife living in Southern California were killed due to carbon monoxide inhalation caused by a malfunctioning wall heater, according to a gas and electric technician.

Aston Martin Cars Recalled Over Faulty Seat Heater
Aston Martin of North America recalled more than 7,000 of its vehicles from years 2006 through 2014 due to claims of faulty seat heaters, saying that the seats could get too hot and potentially cause injury.

Contact Wyatt Law Firm In San Antonio

Wyatt Law Firm's San Antonio-based personal injury lawyers are passionate advocates of burn injury victims and those harmed by dangerous consumer products. Contact us today and we will evaluate your case, free of charge. Should you choose to retain our law firm, we will not charge you unless we win your case. To learn more, call 210-255-2231.