SharkNinja Operating LLC, the company behind the wildly popular Ninja Blender System is facing a number of lawsuits over laceration injuries.
The Ninja Blender is also sometimes referred to as a “Nutri Ninja,” “Ninja Bullet” or “Ninja Foodi Blender.”
California Woman Files Lawsuit Against Maker of “Nutri Ninja – Ninja Personal Blender”
Recently, a California woman filed a lawsuit after the single-serve blender cup detached from the blending base motor leaving the exposed blades spinning freely.
She suffered serious laceration injuries when her hand fell into the Ninja Blender blades. She was injured but the Ninja BL480.
In a separate incident, a woman in Fresno, California reported that her Ninja Blender blew up (exploded), sending shards of broken plastic flying across her kitchen.
Johnson//Becker Files Ninja Blender Lawsuit in New York
Johnson//Becker filed a lawsuit against SharkNinja Operating, LLC alleging the misrepresentation of the safety of the Ninja blenders. The firm is representing Plaintiff Angela Cappelletti, who alleges that the blender caused her severe injuries.
The Complaint alleges the defects in the Ninja blenders are caused by the stacked blade assembly not locking in place, and it can fall out of the pitcher during use, putting the user at risk of injuries requiring medical attention.
Ninja Recalls Millions of Blenders
Back in 2015, the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled 12 models of Ninja professional blenders with model numbers that start with BL 660, BL 663 or BL 665.
The 12 recalled Ninja blender model numbers are:
|BL 660’s:||BL660, BL660B, BL660C, BL660QCN, BL660QPL, BL660W, BL660WM|
|BL 663’s:||BL663, BL663CO|
|BL 665’s:||BL665QBK, BL665QCN, and BL665QWH|
According to the CPSC, all of the models have a clear 72-ounce pitcher with a removable gray or black lid that opens and locks closed, a stacked blade assembly, and one or more Nutri Ninja cups.
All recalled Ninja blender models have a motor base that is gray, white, black, cinnamon, or platinum. The power of the models’ motors varies from 1,000 to 1,200 watts.
In addition, the recalled models may have been sold with additional accessories, including a 40 or 64-ounce bowl, a chopping blade assembly, or a dull dough blade assembly.
Ninja Blender Blade Packaging Design Defect
Our lawyers have received multiple reports from injured consumers complaining that the Ninja Blender blades have been defectively packaged. The blades come in flimsy plastic wrapping, or in some instances are included in the box with no packaging at all.
We have received at least 6 reports of lacerations occurring from consumers reaching into the box and accidentally touching the blades due to the lack of protective packaging. The lacerations are resulting deeps cuts and, in many instances, require stitches.
Other Ninja Lawsuits
This is not the first time our law firm has pursued litigation regarding Ninja branded products. We recently filed a lawsuit over the Ninja Foodi Pressure Cooker.
Our client suffered thermal burn injuries after her Ninja Foodi pressure cooker exploded.
Questions About a Ninja Blender Lawsuit? Contact a Johnson//Becker Lawyer for a Free Case Review.
If you or a loved one has been injured by a Ninja Blender, you may want to speak with the product liability lawyers at Johnson//Becker. We are currently accepting new blender lawsuits across the country, and you may be entitled to financial compensation.
We offer a Free Case Evaluation. Please contact us using the form below or by calling us at (800) 279-6386.
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