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Dovel & Luner Sues BlendJet for Dangerous Product

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SANTA MONICA – Recently, Dovel & Luner filed a class action lawsuit against BlendJet, Inc. on behalf of consumers nationwide. The lawsuit alleges that Defendant’s “BlendJet 2” is dangerously defective, and, despite knowing of these defects, Defendant did not warn consumers of these issues.

The Complaint, filed in the United States District Court, Eastern District of California, alleges that BlendJet, Inc. violated state consumer protection acts, and federal warranty law.

According to the lawsuit, “the design and/or manufacture of the BlendJet 2’s battery, charging cable, and blending blade assembly make the Product dangerously defective.”

The complaint states that “if consumers knew the truth, they would immediately stop using the BlendJet 2.”

This case comes in the wake of several complaints made to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, detailing instances in which the “BlendJet 2” has malfunctioned – from the charging cable melting to the battery overheating and catching fire. Additional complaints reported pieces of the blender’s blade breaking off during normal use.

“Consumers should not have to worry about their safety when using household appliances for their intended purpose,” said Christin Cho of Dovel & Luner. “This lawsuit is a critical step toward ensuring that manufacturers prioritize safety. We hope to obtain justice for those who have suffered harm as a result.”


Jenny Elliott

SOURCE Dovel & Luner, LLP

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