THOSE AFFECTED BY SHIMANO DURA-ACE OR ULTEGRA CRANKSETS MAY BE ENTITLED TO COMPENSATION

If you have purchased, or own a bike equipped with a Shimano Dura-Ace or Ultegra crankset (model R6800, R8000, R8100, or R9000), and have experienced a failure of that crankset through a break or fracture in the crank arm, or the separation of the crank arm from the spider as shown below, you may have a legal claim.


PROTECTING CONSUMERS

Price Armstrong, a law firm specializing in protecting consumers through class actions and mass tort cases, is currently investigating the high volume of widespread reports of these Shimano Dura-Ace cranksets de-laminating, cracking, breaking, or entirely separating at the crank arm-spider interface. It appears that the materials used to manufacture these crank arms may delaminate, separate internally, and fail prematurely and without warning to the rider. This potentially serious failure could lead to a loss of control and potentially serious injury.

Regardless of whether you have been injured, if you recently purchased a Shimano Dura-Ace or Ultegra crankset, or a bike equipped with one, and you would like to learn whether you may have a claim associated with its failure, please fill out the form above to contact the lawyers at Price Armstrong to discuss your case.

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