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PAM Cooking Spray Lawsuit

May 12, 2019 – Conagra faces multiple lawsuits filed on behalf of individuals who experienced severe injuries including burns and permanent vision loss from exploding cans of PAM cooking spray and other similar products.

At least a half dozen lawsuits filed last week against Conagra claim that its PAM cooking spray exploded and caused serious injuries, according to CNN Business. The complaints allege that Conagra changed the design of PAM aerosol cans in 2011, making them “faulty, dangerous and prone to explosion.”

Free Confidential Lawsuit Evaluation: If you or a loved one suffered a burn or other severe injury from an exploding can of PAM cooking spray or other similar product, you should contact our law firm immediately. You may be entitled to compensation by filing a suit and our lawyers can help.

What’s the problem?

Plaintiffs in the cases claim they experienced severe burns and other catastrophic injuries after cans of PAM cooking spray and other similarly-designed products erupted after being placed near a hot stove. In some cases, people said they were disfigured and forced to undergo surgeries and/or skin grafts, according to CNN. The incidents mentioned in the suits occurred across 6 states between 2017 and 2019.

Suits Claim PAM Cooking Spray Cans “Defectively Designed”

The main problem with the cans of cooking spray is not their ingredients, but how they were designed, according to the lawsuits. In 2011, Conagra implemented a new design for cans containing 10 or more ounces, according to TODAY. The design included a venting mechanism on the bottom of the can — visible as 4 U-shaped score marks — intended to allow the container to vent its flammable contents in a controlled manner. All of the alleged incidents in the recent lawsuits involved larger cans of cooking spray.

Lawsuits Allege Injuries from Exploding Cooking Spray: NBC Nightly News Video

Has Conagra Issued a Recall for PAM?

No. Despite multiple reports of severe burns and other injuries associated with PAM cooking spray, Conagra has failed to recall the product or even issue a warning about the risk of cook spray explosions.

Conagra says Pam and other cooking sprays feature prominent warnings on their labeling which state that the product is flammable and should not be left on or near a stove or heat source. “When Pam is used correctly, as instructed, it is a 100% safe and effective product,” the company said in a statement.

Can I File a PAM Cooking Spray Class Action?

Although Schmidt & Clark, LLP, is a nationally recognized class action firm, we have decided against this type of litigation when it comes to PAM cooking spray lawsuits. Our lawyers feel that if there is a successful resolution to these cases, individual suits, not class actions will be the best way to get maximum payouts to our clients. If you’ve been injured by PAM cooking spray, we know you’ve suffered emotionally and economically, and want to work with you personally to obtain the maximum compensation for the damages caused by your injuries. Contact us today to learn more about your legal rights.

Do I have a PAM Cooking Spray Lawsuit?

The Product Liability Litigation Group at our law firm is an experienced team of trial lawyers that focus on the representation of plaintiffs in PAM cooking spray explosion lawsuits. We are handling individual litigation nationwide and currently accepting new injury and death cases in all 50 states.

Free Case Evaluation: Again, if you suffered a burn or other severe injury from an exploding can of PAM cooking spray, you should contact our law firm immediately. You may be entitled to a settlement by filing a suit and we can help.

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