A smoke alarm is a product that has to work. When we place our trust in a smoke detector and it does not work as intended, the results can be tragic. Ionization smoke detectors marketed by Kidde and other manufacturers respond well to fast flaming fires that give off a lot of heat, but little smoke. These smoke detectors are not good at detecting slow, smouldering fires.
Any delay in the detection of a fire can have deadly results. If you or a loved one has been injured due to a defective Kidde smoke detector or an ionization smoke detector, the attorneys at Colucci, Colucci & Marcus, P.C., are here to protect your rights.
Contact us today online or by telephone at 617-917-3917 to speak with an experienced Boston, MA, defective smoke detector litigation lawyer.
The majority of smoke alarm-related injuries involve ionization smoke detectors that are unable to effectively detect slow-burning, smouldering fires.
Examples of slow-burning, smouldering fires include:
Our attorneys have extensive experience handling Kidde smoke detector lawsuits and can help you pursue full and fair compensation for the losses you have suffered.
In a recent case, we presented a film in which an operating ionization smoke detector failed to go off even though it was placed directly above a smouldering sofa. Whatever the circumstances of your smoke detector fire, we are prepared to protect your rights.
We work on a contingency fee basis in all areas related to personal injury law, including cases involving defective Kidde smoke detectors. This means that you pay nothing if we don’t win compensation for you and that all lawyer time is at no charge, including your initial consultation.
We are available for a day, evening and weekend appointments. We can visit you in your home or in the hospital and are conveniently located six miles from the South Station Tunnel right off the Expressway near Route 128. To contact the Boston, MA, defective Kidde smoke detector recall attorneys at Colucci, Colucci & Marcus, P.C., call 617-917-3917.