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Have You Been Injured by a Defective Harbor Freight Tools / Pittsburgh Automotive Jack Stand?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) released a consumer advisory warning related to Harbor Freight Tools’ recall of more than 1.7 million defective 3-ton and 6-ton heavy-duty steel jack stands.

These so-called heavy-duty jack stands, which were sold under Harbor Freight Tools’ “Pittsburgh Automotive” brand, are unsafe to consumers as they are prone to collapse under normal loads.

As a result, numerous injuries have been reported and consumers have been asked to immediately discontinue use.

Harbor Freight Tools has a history of selling low quality and dangerous products, and its jack stands are no exception.

Fob James Law Firm is currently handling a case where a Harbor Freight Tools’ tire spoon broke in half while the user was changing a tire causing serious injuries.

A user on Reddit posted photos reflecting how shoddy the jack stands are—unbelievably, thin and narrow metal rivets are the only thing holding up the full weight of the vehicle.

Harbor Freight Jack Stand Litigation

Due to Harbor Freight Tools’ negligence in manufacturing and selling these defective jack stands, numerous persons have been seriously injured from vehicles collapsing on them.

Harbor Freight Tools’ recall is too little too late.

Frankly, Harbor Freight Tools should have never sold these defective jack stands in the first place. 

Fob James Law Firm is accepting cases involving defective Harbor Freight Tools’ products, including tire irons, tire spoons, jack stands, and other defective products.

If you have been injured by a defective jack stand, contact a Birmingham defective product attorney at Fob James Law Firm. We are available to review your case at no charge to you.

If we take your case, we do it on contingency which means we do not collect a fee unless we win your case.

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Fob James

Fob James obtained a B.S., in software engineering from Auburn University and then continued his education by getting his J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law. After working for a large regional firm for several years where he obtained awards for both individual and corporate clients, Fob found that his passion was fighting for individuals who have been seriously injured or wronged by others. Fob believes that the jury is the great equalizer to the power and influence that large corporations have in society.