DeWalt Industrial Tool Company recalled 9,000 of its DEWALT D51825 and D51850 Framing Nailers. DeWalt is a subsidiary of Black and Decker that makes and distributes power tools for the woodworking and construction industries. The recall was put into action after a defect was discovered with the bump action triggers on the actual nailers. This could become very dangerous to the people using the nailer or those who are in the general vicinity.
This particular defective product was probably put together incorrectly, which causes the fastener to be ejected at inopportune times. The lock-off may also not work correctly due to the defect. If you have experienced problems with these specific power tools or other similar types of power tools, contact a Washington, D.C. or Virginia construction accident lawyer today to make sure that you get the compensation you deserve for your injuries.
Defective design: This occurs during the engineering of a product, which makes it dangerous. If you suspect that a defective design in your vehicle has caused your injuries, contact a Washington, D.C. or Virginia car accident attorney today.
Manufacturing defect: This occurs when the design is not improper but the application of the design is flawed, which leads to a dangerous product. If you suspect that your construction accident occurred due to a manufacturing defect, contact a Virginia or Washington, D.C. construction accident attorney today.
Marketing defects: This occurs when the product has improper labeling, does not include proper instructions or does not warn of the product’s dangers. If you suspect that a marketing defect caused your scaffold accident, contact a Washington, D.C. or Virginia scaffold accident lawyer today.
If you suspect that you have been injured by a product defect: