A growing number of lawsuits have been filed against SharkNinja by people who were injured by Ninja® blenders.
Need a Texas Ninja Blender 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 seriously injured by a SharkNinja Blender, you should contact our lawyers immediately. You may be entitled to compensation by filing a lawsuit.
UPDATE: SharkNinja Hit With Gruesome Ninja Blender Lawsuit
In July 2021, SharkNinja was hit with another gruesome Ninja blender lawsuit after a woman suffered serious hand injuries.
The woman, Nicole G., claims her Nutri Ninja BL480 blender shot off its base and exposed the razor-sharp spinning blades. She suffered gruesome lacerations to her hand, including cuts down to the bone.
Her lawyers accuse SharkNinja LLC of selling dangerous, defective Ninja® blenders that produce too much pressure. Furthermore, her lawsuit claims that the canister does not effectively lock onto the base, which poses a major injury hazard when the blades are exposed.
What is the Risk?
SharkNinja’s line of Ninja® blenders have 6 blades stacked on a vertical column. On many blenders, the blades do not lock in place. When a person pours out their blended-up smoothie or other food, the blades can fall out unexpectedly and cause severe cuts.
SharkNinja Recalls 1.1 Million Blenders After 53 Laceration Injuries Reported
In November 2015, SharkNinja recalled 1.1 million Ninja® BL660 blenders after 53 people were injured when the blades fell out.
SharkNinja recommended that users lock the lid and pour through the spout, or remove the blades before pouring, to avoid the risk.
The recalled Ninja blenders have models beginning with BL 660, BL 663 or BL 665. They were sold from March 2012 through September 2015 at stores like Bath & Beyond, Costco, Kohl’s, Macy’s, Target, Walmart, and online. Click here for more information.
Ninja Blender Lawsuits
SharkNinja has been hit by a growing number of lawsuits involving people who were seriously injured. Here are some examples:
- February 2021 — A lawsuit was filed by a woman who was severely cut on her thumb when the blades fell out of her Ninja Blender (Model BL 700).
- March 2020 — SharkNinja was unable to dodge a class action lawsuit that was filed by Krystal W., a woman who claimed that “a blender with razor sharp blades that are not secured during operation is not fit for its ordinary purpose.”
- April 2019 — SharkNinja was hit by a lawsuit involving a woman who was cut when the blades fell out of her Nutri Ninja Blender Duo.
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