Have You Been Injured by Real Flame Pourable Gel Fuel?

Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia firepot burn lawsuits

Racine, Wis.-based Real Flame has stopped distributing its Real Flame pourable gel fuel product after the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission stated the product can unexpectedly ignite and explode when it is poured into an already-burning firepot. Real Flame pourable gel fuel products pose a dangerous risk of fire and burns to consumers that can be fatal. The experienced injury attorneys of The Cochran Firm, D.C. are actively investigating legal claims related to defective firepot and gel fuel products.

The CPSC announced the recall on Sept. 28, 2011, which applied to about 100,000 bottles of Real Flame pourable gel fuel. The product was sold in clear plastic bottles online through major retailers like Target, JC Penny, Sears, and Amazon between January 2009 and August 2011.

The CPSC recommends that consumers immediately stop using the product due to fire and burn hazards. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell Real Flame pourable gel fuel products affected by the recall.

The recall affects 29.9-ounce bottles with the model number 2164 and SKU number 752-370012641, 1-quart bottles with the model number 2164 and SKU number 752-370012641, and 29.98-ounce bottles with Citronella and model number 2165 and SKU number 752-370021658.

Contact an experienced Real Flame Pourable Gel Fuel lawyer

The Cochran Firm, D.C. is currently investigating legal claims nationally and by Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia residents who have been seriously hurt by Real Flame pourable gel fuel products. Contact our team of skilled legal professional for a no-obligation consultation today. Because strict time limits apply to gel fuel injury claims, we recommend contacting us as soon as possible.

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