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  • Philadelphia Products Liability Lawyers Discuss a Product Recall of Yankee Candles

    Product Recall of Yankee CandlesYankee Candle recently recalled more than 30,000 of its candles from the Luminous Collection. The candles, which sit in glass jars, can shatter or crack when they are lit, which poses a serious risk of injury to consumers.

    On its website, Yankee Candle acknowledged the risk of shattering or cracking glass and warned consumers of the possible laceration risk. Furthermore, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (USCPSC) has received 16 complaints of candles from the Luminous Collection shattering.

    The recall includes the company’s Blackberry & Sage, Sugarcane & Honey, Cinnamon & Cedar candles, as well as others. The recalled candles were manufactured from September to November of 2016. The company is allowing consumers to return the affected candles and receive a new, replacement one from an unaffected lot.

    To see if you own any of the recalled candles and to find more information on the risks and hazards they pose, you can click here: Yankee Candle Recalls Luminous Candles.

    Candles are a popular gift and are present in many homes throughout the country. It is advisable to insure that you do not own any of the recalled products and to make sure that if you do, you return them immediately to avoid any potential injuries or damages.

    Philadelphia Products Liability Lawyers at Galfand Berger, LLP Represent Victims of Faulty or Malfunctioning Products

    The Philadelphia products liability lawyers at Galfand Berger have successfully represented clients who have been injured by faulty or malfunctioning products. If you or any of your loved ones have been injured due to a products issue, an attorney at Galfand Berger, LLP can help. With offices located in Philadelphia, Reading and Bethlehem, we serve clients throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. To schedule a consultation, call us at 800-222-8792 or complete our online contact form.

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