Ross Feller Casey is investigating lawsuits against the manufactures of hoverboards with electrical problems that have been shown to cause fires in homes across the U.S.

The latest tragic case occurred days ago in Harrisburg, Pa., when a recharging hoverboard set a row house ablaze, killing 2-year-old Ashanti Hughes and critically injuring two others.

More than 500,000 of the popular motorized balancing scooters were recalled last year after they were shown to have electrical faults that caused fires and burns.

If a loved one suffered serious burns as a result of a malfunctioning hoverboard, you should contact one of our experienced hoverboard lawyers now for a free case evaluation.

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