With hunting season having begun, treestands are an integral part to this past time that brings out close to 100 million Americans each year. Participants alone spent nearly $150 billion in 2016, according to the US Department of the Interior.
Hunting can be much more than a weekend pastime for many outdoorsman and women. The physical, social, and mental or emotional benefits are bountiful. Hunters are also known to be an extremely safe and knowledgeable group of outdoorsman. They rely heavily upon their equipment and place great trust in the manufacturers of firearms and hunting accessory companies.
Unfortunately, a number of companies have recently announced that they have manufactured and sold defective hunting tree stands.
A fall from a tree stand has the potential to cause a life-threatening injury or death. All kinds of tragic accidents can occur if a hunter falls from a defective tree stand.
X-Stand Treestand Recall (2020)
On 11/4/2020, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall notice on the X-Stand Climbing Treestand Silent Adrenaline (model number XSCT334) and Apache (model number XSCT355).
Field & Stream Timberline Hang On Treestand Recall (2019)
On April 11, 2019, Dicks Sporting Goods announced the recall of the popular “Field & Stream Timberline Hang On tree stands” citing:
the weld on the seats can break and cause the seat to fall from the tree, posing a fall hazard.
The company has sold approximately, 2,600 defective tree stands and has reported receiving three reports of the tree stands seats breaking.
The tree stands were sold Nationwide via DICK’S Sporting Goods, of Coraopolis, Pa.
This recall involves Field & Stream Timberline Hang On Tree Stands. The tree stands are brown metal with a black canvas seat and are used by hunters. The letters “HEH01566” followed by “FS080117” or “FS090117” are printed on the arm of the tree stand between the seat and the safety platform. “Field & Stream” is printed on the bottom of the canvas seat.
Questions About a Defective Hunting Tree Stand Lawsuit? Contact a Johnson//Becker Lawyer for a Free Case Review.
If you or a loved one has been injured or otherwise a victim of a defective tree stand, you may want to speak with the lawyers at Johnson//Becker. We are currently accepting defective tree stand lawsuits across the country, and you may be entitled to financial compensation.
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