According to a series of news agencies across the country, over 2,200 units of Exmark Quest 42″ ZRT Riding Mowers are being recalled over a possible crash hazard.
The recall statement issued recently by the Consumer Product Safety Commission has revealed that all units of these mowers were manufactured with a deck that could fail and turn into an interference that could impair the operator’s controls. According to the federal agency, this problem could possibly lead to a crash.
The federal agency has claimed the company Exmark Mfg. Co. Inc., of Beatrice, Nebraska decided to issue this recall alert to avoid any injuries in the near future. According to the official recall alert, the recall was deemed necessary after the firm received at least 18 reports of incidents related to this particular model of mowers. Although no injuries were reported, consumers are urged to contact the manufacturer immediately if they have any of these devices in their possession.
All recalled units come with the model number “QST20BE422″ that can be found on a metal place that is placed behind the seat.
It’s my hope as a personal injury lawyer Glendale that all these recalled mowers are returned to the manufacturer immediately so injuries can be avoided. A free repair should be scheduled so an Exmark dealer can have your device fixed promptly. I’ve seen recalls like this in the past and I’m aware of the dire consequences they entail so act fast and contact the manufacturer as soon as possible: the safety of your loved ones depends on this.
Keep it in mind that if you or a loved one is injured in an accident that was caused by a recalled and defective device, you might want to consult with a personal injury lawyer to ask about the legal options available to your case.