Consumers have a right to trust that the products they purchase are reasonably
safe to use. However, defective designs and faulty construction can result
in the creation of hazardous products that put users in danger. The Mr.
Steak Grill, a popular product sold at Bass Pro Shops, Cabela’s,
and ABT Appliance & Electronic stores nationwide is one such example.
On December 10, 2019, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, or CPSC,
announced a voluntary recall of four- and five burner Mr. Steak Gas Grill products sold between May
of 2017 and July 2019. According to the report, these products can pose
a fire hazard when the gas regulator hose with attached fuel gauge meets
the bottom of the grill’s fire box. If this happens, the hose can
melt, sparking a dangerous fire.
The following models of Mr. Steak are subject to the recall :
Consumers who added aftermarket fuel gauges to grills with SKUs 2366916
and 2366917 should also heed the warning of this recall, as their grills
could also pose a threat.
The grills were sold at Bass Pro Shops, Cabela’s, and ABT Appliance
& Electronics throughout the United States, though reports show that
they were primarily purchased from Bass Pro Shops. The faulty grills were
sold between May 2017 and July 2019 and were priced between $500-600.
According to the CPSC,
roughly 3,300 faulty grills were distributed in the U.S.
To date, Bass Pro Shops has received 9 reports of grill fires involving
the Mr. Steak Gas Grill, though no injuries have been reported.
Though no injuries have been reported yet, our firm is standing by to help
those affected by the poorly designed Mr. Steak Gas Grill. Our attorneys
have ample experience fighting for the rights of victims injured by defective
products, and we want to help you, too. However complex your case may
seem, our firm is prepared to use our ample resources and legal experience
to your benefit. We have more than 150 years of collective experience
to use toward your case, and our award-winning attorneys are committed
to fighting for justice on behalf of the wrongfully injured.
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