Major retailers are now advising people who were gifted or purchased hoverboards or similar mobility devices over the holidays to avoid using them and/or storing them inside a structure or vehicle because of a risk of a spontaneous fire from either defective batteries or a faulty charging circuit. Federal agencies have begun a safety investigation of the devices. If you have experienced property damage or injury from a hoverboard fire, the Bryant Law Center is available to discuss your legal questions. Contact us at 270-442-1422 to schedule your no-cost appointment.