Mighty Bliss Space Heater Lawsuits

Mighty Bliss Space Heater Lawsuits

Mighty Bliss Space Heater lawsuits

Have you or a loved one been suffered burn injuries due to a Mighty Bliss heating pad? If so, you may be entitled to benefits and financial compensation for your injuries, pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost wages and other economic and financial losses. Our Mighty Bliss heating pad lawsuit attorneys can help you if you’ve suffered burn, skin and or electrical shock injuries due to a recalled Mighty Bliss heating pad in early October, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent out a warning about the dangers and hazards of using Mighty Bliss electric heating pads. The FDA stated that almost 300 consumers submitted complaints about the Mighty Bliss electric heating pads. These complaints revolved around the pads overheating, sparking, burning them and having electrical problems. Injuries caused by these defects included electric shocks, skin
burns, rashes and irritation. Our fire accident lawyers handle Mighty Bliss space heater lawsuits throughout the entire United States. Call or email us today for a free in depth case analysis. No fee unless we recover.

On October 24, 2022, Whele LLC (doing business as Perch) announced the recall of 544,212
Mighty Bliss Electric Heating Pad units. These heating pads were sold online via Amazon.com
and Walmart.com between July 2021 and July 2022. The Model Numbers and Descriptions are
as follows:

• MB-001 (NA-H1121B): Large (12” x 24”) Blue Electric Heating Pad
• MB-002 (NA-H21C): Extra-Large (20” x 24”) Blue Electric Heating Pad
• PE-MtyBls-HeatPad-12×24-Gry-V2(NA-H1121B): Large (12” x 24”) Grey Electric Heating Pad

These faulty heating pad should no longer be used however they do not need not be returned.
Owners of recalled Mighty Bliss heating pads can receive a refund by cutting the cord off the
pad, photographing it and uploading the image to the company’s website: perch-brands.com
Before the recall, the Mighty Bliss Large Electric Heating Pad, priced at $30, was highly rated by
Amazon customers. Produced in L or XL sizes and made of micro plush fibers, it had over
83,000 5-star reviews.

Electric blankets and heating pads are comforting. Heat therapy helps with vasodilation (dilating
blood vessels), they can relieve back, neck and joint pain, sore muscles, menstrual cramps,
arthritis and other ailments and injuries.

Mighty Bliss is not the first brand of heating pad to be recalled. Unfortunately heating pads and
electric blankets are also a potential fire hazard if used incorrectly. Over the last decade
numerous heating pads have been recalled over risk:
• In May 2022, MWA recalled its LUXE+WILLOW heated blankets which were sold between
January and March 2022 at T.J. Maxx and Urban Outfitters. The recall noted that the
blanket could overheat if the plug was in and the power on for an extended period of
• In November 2020, InvoSpa recalled 7,500 Heated Blankets. The blankets, made of “silky
flannel and sherpa shu velveteen,” were recalled due to fire and burn hazards.
• In January 2019, TJX Companies recalled over 8,600 Aroma Home USB Heated Hottie
heating pads from its T.J. Maxx and Marshalls stores, citing concerns about overheating,
fire and burn hazards.
• In February 2018, Rural King recalled specific electric blankets and throws, warning that the
electric cord could overheat and catch fire.

• In February 2013, Kaz USA settled a class action lawsuit, (Beck-Ellman v. Kaz USA Inc.),
which claimed that Kaz packaging did not warn that the heating pads could cause burns
in normal use.
Whele LLC, based in Boston, does business as Perch. The company has raised over $900
million to acquire and operate Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) businesses.
To discuss your heating pad injury claim, regardless of brand of heating pad or whether or not it
was recalled, contact our burn accident attorneys handling Mighty Bliss space heater injury claims across the United States. They represent burn accident survivors nationwide including all 50 states, Puerto Rico & Washington D.C.