Legrand Wiremold has recalled more than 14,000 power strips sold at Ace Hardware, Home Depot, True Value, Sutherlands, Amazon.com and other retailers due to a product defect that poses a risk of electric shock, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). If you were harmed by one of the faulty power strips detailed below or another defective consumer product, the Mobile, Alabama, product liability attorneys at Long & Long are ready to help you hold the manufacturer accountable and recover the financial compensation you need and deserve for your injuries. The power strip recall affects four-outlet strips with the model number PX1001 and the UPC number 086698001253; both numbers are printed on the bottom of the product packaging. The power strips were sold for about $40 at national retailers and online between February 2011 and August 2012. According to the CPSC website, the electrical wires on the power strip receptacles are reversed, which poses a shock hazard. Consumers should unplug the power strips immediately and contact Legrand Wiremold at www.legrand.us for replacement or refund information. If you were injured or a family member suffered wrongful death due to a defective consumer product, please contact Long & Long for your free case evaluation. Our product liability attorneys are proud to serve clients from the Mobile, Alabama, area.