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Yesterday, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a recall of over 22,000 Robert Bosch miter saws. There is a risk that the lower guard can break  and then come into contact with the blade. This poses a laceration hazard to users and bystanders.

The saws involved in the recall are the SkilSaw® 10-inch compound miter saws and were sold at Lowe’s stores earlier this year.

For more information, read the CPSC’s miter saw recall notice here.

PA and NJ Products Liability Cases Involving Power Tools

Under both Pennsylvania and New Jersey product liability laws, manufacturers of all goods, including power tools, have a duty to make and sell products which are reasonably safe for their intended uses. Users and bystanders who are injured as a result of a defective product have the right to file a lawsuit against the product manufacturer to recover for injuries and damages.

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For more information, please contact our Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey defective power tool lawyers. Call Click To Call.

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Published: July 11, 2012