Kawasaki Motorcycle Recall

Kawasaki is currently recalling certain model 2009 and 2010 KLX250 motorcycles. The recall began last month and currently, owners of these Kawasaki models are asked to contact Kawasaki consumer services department at 866-802-9381. According to Kawasaki, the fuel tank can potentially leak from holes in the spot welds, which are located on the side mount tabs. These holes are supposedly caused by stress from excessive space between the fuel tank and its rubber damper. Leaking fuel in the presence of sparks or flames can potentially cause a fire or even explosion that could result in injuries or death. Upon contacting the costumer service department, Kawasaki dealers will review and if needed, correct the fuel tank, for free.

Product recalls can be extremely dangerous if they are not tended to correctly. Most defective products pose an increased risk of both injuries and death for consumers who are using them. If you or a loved one has suffered from injuries or has even died in some sort of accident involving a faulty or defective product, you may be entitled to compensation. It is important that you call a Missouri products liability attorney to discuss your potential case and learn your rights after an accident involving a product defect. Contact experienced product defect lawyers today at 314.409.7060 or toll free at 855.402.7274.

Christopher Dixon

Personal Injury Attorney at The Dixon Injury Firm
Christopher R. Dixon is the managing attorney and founder of The Dixon Injury Firm. The Dixon Injury Firm has helped injury victims recover over $35,000,000 through verdicts, settlements and judgments. Chris is recognized as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers Association, and among their Top 40 Under 40 Trial Attorneys. Recognized as a Lifetime Member of Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Chris aggressively fights for those injured through the careless, negligent and intentional conduct of others. Call today for a FREE consultation by calling 314-409-7060 or toll-free 855-402-7274.

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