English Riding Helmet Recall
Injured in an Equestrian Accident? The Helmet Might Be to Blame.
In February 2023, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a recall for Ovation Protégé (OV) riding helmets manufactured by English Riding Supply (ERS). The recall affects more than 49,000 helmets that were made between December 2020 and December 2022; the core issue with these helmets, per the CPSC, is that they don’t meet impact standards, which means they don’t provide adequate protection.
If you or a loved one suffered a head injury while wearing an OV helmet from ERS, the equestrian supply company may be directly responsible for all losses incurred by the accident.
But to recover those losses, you’ll need to compel ERS to compensate you for past and future medical costs, lost wages, lost earning potential, and many other common effects of a severe head injury. Our defective product lawyers are investigating ERS for its failure to warn consumers for two years that their helmets weren’t capable of protecting them from a riding accident. Our goal is to ensure every victim receives restitution for the harm ERS caused. If there’s even a chance your accident is related to the Ovation Protégé recall, you owe it to yourself to know for sure.
Call (888) 493-1629 to speak with us in a free consultation. We can discuss your options and determine if ERS or other parties are legally responsible for the harm you’ve suffered.