In the wake of reports of dozens of injuries, including the death of a 6-year-old, to users of its treadmills, Peloton—to the surprise of many lawyers—initially denied there were safety problems.
Then a recall announced on May 5 by the New York-based exercise equipment company may have stopped potential lawsuits in their tracks.
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