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PAM Cooking Spray Lawsuits & Burn Injury Risk

Cincinnati Product Liability Lawyer and Ohio Catastrophic Injury Attorney Explains the risks of Burn injury, and the basis for Filing PAM Cooking Spray Lawsuits


The Lyon Firm recently filed a product liability and personal injury lawsuit in Ohio on behalf of a burn victim who suffered terrible injuries from simply using a can of PAM cooking spray as the manufacturer, ConAgra, intended. The burn injuries the victim suffered have caused permanent scarring and a great deal of physical pain and emotional distress.

The Lyon Firm aims to hold companies like ConAgra accountable for the dangerous consumer products released to the public without proper warning of the risks they present. Manufacturers may be liable for products that are not properly tested or marketed without safety warnings.

Joe Lyon is an experienced Catastrophic Injury and Product Liability Lawyer filing PAM cooking spray lawsuits nationwide on behalf of injured plaintiffs. 


Understanding PAM Cooking Spray Lawsuits

Cans of ConAgra’s PAM cooking spray contain propellants that include flammable chemicals like isobutane and propane. If these chemicals are inadvertently released from the can, they can cause the cooking spray can to explode, and burn injuries are likely for consumers.

Attorneys and consumer safety advocates have been concerned with the defective cooking can design for years. In fact, this is not among the first PAM cooking spray lawsuits, but follows several other instances where consumers were injured in their kitchen by cooking spray cans which overheated and exploded.

Juries have been sympathetic to injured victims and burn injury plaintiffs have been able to recover rightful compensation for their medical expenses, burn injury treatments, pain and suffering, lost wages and emotional distress. The companies responsible for producing dangerous kitchen products, like ConAgra, have settled lawsuits and paid punitive damages for failing to properly warn American consumers.

If you or a loved one has suffered a burn injury due to a cooking spray accident, and have questions about the legal remedies available to improve quality of life and medical care in Ohio, contact The Lyon Firm at (800) 513-2403. You will speak directly with Mr. Lyon, and he will help you answer critical questions regarding PAM cooking spray lawsuits.

Contact us today.