As Published By
ALAN S. RIPKA, ESQUIRE

Rollerblades with Loose Frames Recalled

On November 9, 2010, the Consumer Product Safety Commission and Rollerblade USA recalled around 29,000 Spark and Spitfire rollerblades because of loose wheels or frames. Rollerblade USA received reports of loose bolts in new skates. Loose wheels and frames can cause users to fall and suffer serious injury, says Alan Ripka, Esquire, and the manufacturers are responsible for selling faulty skates.

Rollerblade USA, of West Lebanon, New Hampshire sold these skates at sporting goods stores nationwide and on the Internet from September 2009 through July 2010. The frame mounting bolts and wheel axle bolts can be loose on the following affected skates: Spark Pro, Men’s (SKU# 00792200816), Black; Spark Pro, Women’s (SKU# 007923007E2), Anthracite (Grey); Spark 80, Men’s (SKU# 00702800956), Black; Spark 80, Women’s (SKU# 007029009A6), Anthracite (Grey); Spitfire, Boy’s (SKU# 00705500741), Black; Spitfire, Girl’s (SKU# 007056007Y8), Silver; Spitfire S, Boy’s (SKU# 00705700956), Black; Spitfire S, Girl’s (SKU# 007058009A7), Anthracite (Grey); and Spitfire LX, (SKU# 00705000955), Silver.

If you or a loved one has been injured from loose rollerblade frames or wheels, you may be entitled to compensation. Alan Ripka and his professional team of lawyers can evaluate your situation and determine the next steps to gain justice for you and your family. Alan Ripka has fought against all kinds of companies in other matters and will fight for you if I believe you have a potential case for medical malpractice, products liability, or personal injury. I am prepared to go to court and have a trial if necessary. Please fill out the form and submit or call and ask for me, Alan Ripka. Please specifically mention that you read the blog when contacting me.

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