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Two Skechers Lawsuits Filed by Wright & Schulte Contends The Plaintiffs Suffered Severe Arm Injuries Due to the Alleged Defective Design of Shape-Ups
Date:7/10/2013

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Skechers Lawsuits Allege Toning Shoes Caused Arm Fractures

These Skechers lawsuits both allege that the unstable rocker bottom of Shape-Ups caused the plaintiffs to lose their balance, fall and break their arms. Specifically, the two plaintiffs alleging having suffered serious Skechers arm injuries include a North Carolina man who fractured his right arm (case no. 3:13-cv-00443-TBR) and a New Mexico woman who sustained multiple fractures in her right arm (case no. 3:13-cv-00446-TBR).

While both complaints explain the plaintiffs required surgery to treat their Skechers arm fractures, the New Mexico woman also had to have a plate and multiple screws permanently implanted in her right arm to treat the severe physical damage she suffered. Additionally, both plaintiffs had to undergo months of physical therapy in order to try to regain some mobility and strength in their injured arms.

Class-Action Skechers Lawsuit Settled for $40 Million

Both of the Skechers arm injury lawsuits allege that, while ads for Shape-Ups claimed that these toning shoes had a number of health benefits, such as helping wearers get in shape without going to the gym, these claims have not been backed up by credible scientific research.

In fact, an independent study conducted by the American Counc
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