Texas lawyer for dehumidifier fires and injuries.In recent years, 7 million dehumidifiers have been recalled because they can overheat and catch on fire. There have been several injuries and more than 500 fires, resulting in over $30 million in property damage since 2003.

Need a Texas Dehumidifier Lawyer? Collen A. Clark is a true advocate for his clients and is passionate about helping Texans that have been injured or wronged. If you or a loved one was injured in a fire caused by a dehumidifier, you should contact our lawyers immediately. You may be entitled to compensation by filing a lawsuit.

UPDATE: 450 Fires and $19 Million in Property Damage

November 29, 2016 — Following 450 fires and $19 million in property damage, Gree has re-announced a recall for over 2.5 million dehumidifiers that were sold under many brand-names, including Frigidaire, Soleus Air, Kenmore, GE, Danby, and others.

Dehumidifiers Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

In November 2016, a major Chinese manufacturer recalled 4.25 million dehumidifiers after 38 reports of fires, resulting in $4.8 million in property damage since 2003.

The recalled dehumidifiers were sold in the United States and Canada under dozens of brand-names at major retailers like Amazon.com and Lowe’s from January 2003 to December 2013 for $100-$300.

Consumers can check if their dehumidifier was recalled using the product brand, model, and serial number — https://www.recallrtr.com/dehumidifier.

GD Midea Air Conditioning Equipment Ltd. is offering replacements for dehumidifiers made since 2008 and partial refunds for older models.

The recalled dehumidifiers were sold under the following brand-names:

  • Airworks
  • Alen
  • Arctic King
  • Arcticaire
  • Beaumark
  • Comfort Star
  • ComfortAire
  • Continental Electric
  • Coolworks
  • Crosley
  • Daewoo
  • Danby
  • Danby Designer
  • Dayton
  • Degree
  • Diplomat
  • Edgestar
  • Excell
  • Fellini
  • Forest Air
  • Frigidaire
  • GE
  • Grunaire
  • Hanover
  • Homestyles,
  • Honeywell
  • Hyundai
  • Ideal Air
  • Kenmore
  • Keystone
  • Kul
  • Midea
  • Nantucket
  • Ocean Breeze
  • Pelonis
  • Perfect Aire
  • Perfect Home
  • Polar Wind
  • Premiere
  • Professional Series
  • Royal Sovereign
  • Simplicity
  • SPT
  • Sunbeam
  • Sylvania
  • TGM
  • Touch Point
  • Trutemp
  • Uberhaus
  • Westpointe
  • Winix
  • Winixl

Sears Kenmore Dehumidifier Recall

In August 2012, a recall was issued for approximately 785,000 Sears Kenmore® Dehumidifiers made by LG Electronics of China. There were 107 reports of incidents, over $7 million in property damage, and three reports of smoke inhalation injuries since 2003.

Gree Dehumidifier Recall

In September 2013, Gree Electric Appliances of China recalled 2.2 million dehumidifiers after reports of 325 incidents, including 71 fires and $2.75 million in property amage.

In January 2014, Gree expanded the recall to include about 350,000 GE dehumidifiers. There were 16 reports of incidents, including 5 fires and $430,000 in property damage since 2008.

The recalled dehumidifiers were sold under the following brand-names:

  • Danby
  • De’Longhi
  • Fedders
  • Fellini
  • Frigidaire
  • GE
  • Gree
  • Kenmore
  • Norpole
  • Premiere
  • Seabreeze
  • SoleusAir
  • SuperClima

Need a Dehumidifier Lawyer in Texas?

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Collen’s amazing success in the courtroom and well known dedication to his clients has earned him the recognition of his peers as one of The Top Trial Lawyers in Texas.”

The Clark Firm has assembled a team of trial lawyers with more than 100 years experience, participation in over 600 jury trials and $260 million in verdicts and/or settlements. Please use the form below to contact our Texas dehumidifier lawyers for a free lawsuit review.