NC Mowing Accidents: Defective Lawnmowers
An elderly man in a Johnston County mowing accident died after his mower overturned and landed on top of him. Edwin Summers was crushed in the NC mowing accident and found in a creek. Reports indicate that Summers’ lawnmower went out of control just before the accident. If the mower was being used the right way, how did Summers lose control? Other recent lawnmower accidents across North Carolina, like the fatal Blue Ridge Parkway mowing accident, could point investigators on the trail toward defective manufacturing—or was it negligent use?
How can you find out if your lawnmower is defective? The mower Summers used was a zero-turn mower. The make and model have not yet been released. To find out if your mower has been recalled, check out updates from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission. Here are a list of recalled lawnmowers:
- Country Home Cordless Electric Lawnmowers (2004 Neuton Model)
- Black & Decker Cordless Electric Lawnmowers (Models CMM1000 and CM1000R)
- Murray Lawnmowers (multiple models)
- American Honda
If you’ve suffered personal injury or property damage due to a malfunctioning lawnmower, you may be entitled to compensation. When you need a NC attorney after a lawnmower accident, Brent Adams & Associates’ team of injury lawyers in Raleigh, Fayetteville and Dunn can review your case. No matter if you’re injuries were minor lacerations or severe dismemberment or disfigurement, you shouldn’t have to carry the burden of medical bills for injuries that occurred at not fault of your own. Negligent manufacturers must be held accountable and the best way to win the compensation you deserve is by building a strong injury claim with a NC accident attorney. Free consultations are available in-office or at your home. 800.849.5931.
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