Product Safety Warning: NAPA Fire Gel used in Summer Firepot

Product Safety Warning: NAPA Fire Gel used in Summer Firepot
Orlando based personal injury law firm, Dellecker Wilson King McKenna Ruffier & Sos (DWKMR&S), urges consumers to stop using a popular jellylike fuel known as Fire Gel.
Orlando based personal injury law firm, Dellecker Wilson King McKenna Ruffier & Sos (DWKMR&S), urges consumers to stop using a popular jellylike fuel known as Fire Gel. According to a recent New York Times article, since April 2010 there have been at least eight reports across the country of Fire Gel explosions causing burns and in many cases catastrophic injuries. Unfortunately, just last month, another Fire Gel explosion left two Florida residents with catastrophic burn injuries, raising the total to at least ten victims. In an effort to prevent additional injuries caused by Fire Gel explosions, Sam King, partner at DWKMRS who is representing the 2 victims in Florida, notified the Consumer Product Safety Commission of the accident and urged the commission to take action. On June 14th 2011, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced an investigation into Fire Gel and other illuminating fuels. For more information please watch this video.

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