Certain recalled items could pose a serious risk to consumers. As a personal injury lawyer, consumer safety is my number one priority, that’s why I believe it’s extremely important to report that several news agencies have revealed that the product’s manufacturer is recalling LED Clip-On Desk Lamps over possible shock hazard.
The recall announcement issued by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has disclosed that over 33,000 units of lamps are being recalled. The alert was deemed necessary in light of discoveries related to the fact power cords could become detached from the clamp, which could leave energized wires exposed.
According to the information released by the federal agency, users could touch the exposed wires and a shock could be eventually experienced. Since the importer L G Sourcing Inc. received at least five reports of cords becoming detached unexpectedly, the recall was issued promptly to avoid similar occurrences in the future.
The firm also stated that one of the incidents was related to a child sustaining injuries and burns to her leg and hand after being in contact with the recalled desk lamp’s exposed wires.
At this moment, all consumers are encouraged to stop using these lamps immediately. Affected users should contact the importer or the manufacturer He Shan Lide right away. A full refund will be provided to all affected consumers, according to the federal agency’s recall announcement.