NutriBullet Case

Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo, LLP represents individuals who have been severely injured by Magic Bullet® NutriBullet™ Pro blender system, which is manufactured and distributed by Homeland Housewares. Unsafe products due to design and manufacturing defects, like the NutriBullet™, can lead to serious injuries, including nerve damage. Product liability laws require manufacturers and distributors of products like the NutriBullet™ to warn consumers about these often hidden dangers when their consumers are using their products for their intended use.

The attorneys in ACTS’s product liability practice group are experts in personal injury and pursuing compensation on behalf of people, both nationally and internationally, injured by defective blenders and other household appliances.

If you or a family member have been injured by the Magic Bullet® NutriBullet™, please contact our law firm by calling (888) 992-2287 or by submitting the form below. We are offering free legal consultations with our attorneys.

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From the DailyMail

NutriBullet user sues trendy blender company saying her device EXPLODED and tore out chunks of her hand leaving her unable to feel

Wendy Littlefield, from Nevada, used her NutriBullet 900 blending machine — However she claims the device malfunctioned causing injuries to her right hand.

Ms. Littlefield says the injuries are caused by the negligence of manufacturer Homeland Housewares.

She says they should have known the machines were ‘unreasonably dangerous’.

A woman has sued a fashionable blender company, claiming the device exploded which led to the spinning blades chopping her right hand.

Wendy Littlefield, from Henderson in Nevada, had used her Magic Bullet NutriBullet 900 series machine to blend canned tomatoes and beans.

However, in a lawsuit, she claims the device ‘suddenly malfunctioned’, causing severe injuries to her right hand which left her with severe nerve damage and cuts.

She claimed her injuries were caused by the negligence of Homeland Housewares, who manufacture and distribute the kitchen gadget.

She said they should have known the machines were ‘unreasonably dangerous and defective when used for its intended use’.

She claims she is entitled to compensation – for an amount yet to be determined – as well as general damages for pain, suffering, emotional distress and disfigurement.

In her lawsuit, her attorneys at Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo, LLP, said she had incurred medical and hospital bills and will require further medical care for the injuries she sustained.

Her husband Darryl also alleges that, as a result of his wife’s injuries, their ‘marital association has been altered’.

He also claimed to have suffered ‘mental anguish’ from seeing his wife sustain the horrific injuries to her hand.

Writing on Facebook, her daughter, Cambrie said: ‘My mother’s life will never be the same, considering she will likely never be able to use her dominant hand again and she rides a roller coaster of never-ending pain and constant surgeries. This is a tragedy I hope no one else has to endure.’

The kitchen gadget, which can smash and blend fruit, vegetables and nuts into nutritious drinks, is at the center of many people’s New Year health regime.

It is favored by celebrities and even the Duchess of Cambridge is rumored to have one.
MailOnline have contacted NutriBullet for a response.


From TMZ

NUTRIBULLET SUED IT CHOPPED MY TOMATOES AND MY HAND

A Nutribullet allegedly did what its name insinuates… it shot like a bullet through a woman’s hand, tearing it apart.

Wendy Littlefield claims in a new lawsuit she was blending canned tomatoes and beans when her NutriBullet 900 series exploded without warning, sending the blades spinning smack into her right hand. The pictures are super gnarly.

Wendy says she endured multiple surgeries but still lost feeling and use of 2 fingers.

Wendy’s attorneys at Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo, LLP, add this isn’t an isolated incident… they’ve filed similar lawsuits on behalf of at least 2 other consumers who claim they were injured by the product.

We reached out to Nutribullet, so far no word back.

Fun Fact: Wendy’s the mother of Cambrie Littlefield, a pageant coach on “Toddlers & Tiaras.”


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If you or a family member have been injured by the Magic Bullet® NutriBullet™, please contact our law firm by calling (888) 992-2287 or by submitting the form below. We are offering free legal consultations with our attorneys.

You Will Find Out…

  • Do I have a case?
  • What are my legal options?
  • How can a lawyer help?
  • And more…

You may also call us right now…