Huge Recall of Defective Bicycle Helmets
More than 31,000 Bell Exodus bicycle helmets have been recalled. Bell Sports of Scotts Valley, California, has recalled ALL Bell Exodus bicycle helmets sold between August of 2009 and March of 2011. The helmets were sold in the US, mostly at Wal-Mart or on-line at Amazon. “This recall represents a very real danger to users because the chin strap that holds the helmet on is known to fail,” Grant Dixon said. As founder of Dixon Law Office, Grant has years of riding experience. In fact, his abilities in the courtroom and bike were featured in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. “If your child has one of these helmets, they should stop using them right away and return them to Wal-Mart or the retailer where you got them. Bell should be responsible and give you a new helmet to replace the defective one,” he said.
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