Peloton is a well-known exercise subscription service that comes bundled with an aggressively marketed treadmill. It has achieved massive success since its launch in 2012 as it has enabled people to work out with experienced trainers from the comfort of their homes without having to worry about keeping up with other individuals at the gym. While effective, Peloton treadmills haven’t been without controversy: in 2020, a Peloton recall was issued when it was discovered that the clip-in bike pedals were breaking and detaching, causing over a dozen injuries. Earlier this year, the Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall notice for Peloton treadmills after it was discovered that the touch screen on the treadmill could come off, falling onto the tread and causing injuries to consumers.
Were you injured by a faulty or malfunctioning Peloton treadmill? We can help you recover compensation via a Peloton class action lawsuit or Peloton product liability claim. The Peloton injury attorneys at McCready Law have combined legal experience that spans over 90 YEARS, and there’s nothing we haven’t seen or legally tried. Let us put our experience to work for you: please call our Peloton injury lawyers NOW at (773) 906-4833 to learn more about your legal options after getting hurt by a Peloton machine. We take on all cases on a contingency fee basis which means that you don’t pay us a cent for the duration of your case, and you only pay when we successfully recover compensation on your behalf. Please call (773) 906-4833 NOW for your FREE legal consultation into Peloton treadmill injuries.
Peloton Recall 2020 and 2021
Peloton just recently recalled over 125,000 treadmills that belong to the Peloton Tread+ and Treadmills range after a child died and 70 other individuals were injured while using said treadmills. Peloton curiously refused to recall their treadmills in April even after CPSC issued a notice regarding their dangers, putting people at risk. The company later backtracked, claiming it had made a mistake in their initial CPSC recall request. However, the federal agency revealed that the announcement was due to intense negotiation with Peloton executives.
The recalled Peloton treadmills are:
- Peloton Tread+, going for $4,295
- Peloton Tread, going for $2,495
CPSC went on to add that the accidents and injuries involving the Peloton machines include people getting pinned and pulled under the devices, as well as children getting entrapped by the machine, and the government agency also released a treadmill video showing how the injuries happen, especially for children.
Peloton Injury and Recall Lawsuits – Call Us Now
According to product liability law, you are owed a certain duty of care by product manufacturers to keep you, the consumer safe when using their products. This includes things like testing products before their launch, making sure there are no manufacturing defects, issuing recalls in a timely manner, and not cutting corners with regard to quality among other safety measures. Should they not do their due diligence before releasing a product leading to your injuries, you’re free to file a product liability lawsuit. In order to win a Peloton injuries lawsuit, you must show with your Peloton lawsuit attorney that the product was defective or unreasonably dangerous, and that it caused you harm, and that the defect was present when leaving the manufacturer’s control, factory or warehouse. Even if the Peloton treadmill had a disclaimer, you are legally protected and are owed a duty of care and responsibility by the manufacturer and other parties such as the retailer and distributor. If you were hurt by a Peloton treadmill, please give us a call NOW at (773) 906-4833 to find out the true cost of your Peloton injury lawsuit. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.