Grilled Food Tastes So Good
Gas grills are so popular during the summertime for barbeques, parties, birthdays, and a whole host of other events. Did you know that grills can be dangerous? They can burn you and it can be major injury or a minor one. How does this happen? If the Parkville gas grill is defective, it is much more likely to start a fire or have the propane tank explode. Sometimes these grills were simply defective when they left the manufacturing plant. There have been grill product recalls recently due to this burn hazard.
Check Your Parkville Gas Grill Before Using It
You may want to go to SaferProducts.gov before you use your grill. This site has a list of recalled equipment. It’s also a good idea to make sure there are no large kinks in the tubing, and that everything looks secured in place. In addition, make sure to clean the grease trap and check the gas hoses for cracks, and the gas tank for leaks. Doing these steps will improve your chances to not be injured by your Parkville gas grill.
Burns Can Change Your Life
Serious burn injuries can be ugly. Not just literally, but they can hurt a person’s livelihood due to discrimination, social acceptance, and psychological damage. It can cause wounds that take a very long time to heal. The wounds can become infected and affect your internal organs, joints, and even your muscles.
There Are Lots Of Defective Grills Out There
Some of the Parkville gas grills that have been recalled in the last year include the O-Grill portable gas grills, STOK Quattro grills. Both of these were recalled in 2012. The STOK grills had 87,600 units recalled, and the O-Grill had 4,500 recalls.
Call Today And Receive Our Free Injury Guide Book
If you or someone you know has received serious burn injuries due to a Parkville gas grill, please contact our personal injury attorneys today to discuss your case for FREE. In the meantime download our FREE victim’s informational book “Don’t Wreck Your Injury Claim.” We represent burn injury victims throughout the Kansas City and Parkville areas.