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27,000 Peloton Bikes Recalled After Pedal Breakages and Injuries

Peloton, an indoor exercise bike with online streaming classes, recently announced a recall on clip-in pedals found on over 27,000 of their bikes. The recalled pedals are on bikes that were sold between July 2013 and May 2016. Peloton received over 120 reports of pedal breakages and 16 injuries, five of which required medical care. This recall mainly affects members who still have out-of-warranty original pedals on their affected bike. If customers have changed their pedals annually, they are safe from the recall. Although pedals of other generations of Peloton are not directly affected by the recall, Peloton recommends that all customers change their bike pedals annually.

Defective products can be extremely dangerous and may cause injury or death to the consumer. If you have been injured due to a recalled product, you are entitled to compensation. An effective product liability lawsuit will maximize the compensation you are entitled to as long as you clearly prove that the product was defective and that the defect caused injury. There are a few common types of product liability lawsuits including, design defects, manufacturing defects, and marketing defects. The Peloton recall is due to a design defect within the clip-on pedals.

If you have been injured due to a defective product, the Philadelphia products liability lawyers at McCann Dillon Jaffe & Lamb, LLC can help you with your case. Product liability cases can be very complicated and require the help of a skilled product liability lawyer to maximize the compensation you deserve and to handle lawsuits against large corporations. Call us today at 215-515-7644 or contact us online. With an office located in Philadelphia, we serve clients throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey.