The multi-purpose sealant can be bought at most major home and large retailers and used on outdoor pottery, metal, vinyl, concrete, plastic, PVC and other surfaces, including foundations, air conditioning units, automobiles, recreational vehicles and watercraft.
How is Rust-Oleum Leakseal Flexible Rubber Coating a potentially dangerous product?
Burn and injury victims have recently began to come forward claiming they were hurt after using Rust-Oleum LeakSeal Flexible Rubber Coating. Their injuries were the result of unexpected flash flames and/or aerosol can explosions.
Injuries reported include:
- Severe burns to head, face, body, arms and legs.
- Physical and emotional scarring.
- Internal injuries to lungs and other airways requiring tracheal intubation.
- Increased hypersensitivity to sun exposure.
In addition to these injuries, some of the victims were required to undergo skin grafting and multiple reconstructive surgeries.
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With the assistance of Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys, burn and injury victims will hold the product manufacturer accountable for their pain, suffering and damages. Rust-Oleum LeakSeal Flexible Rubber Coating personal injury claims filed on behalf of the victims will address the lack of proper warning labels on the aerosol cans and all product packaging.
If you believe that you or a loved one has been injured after using Rust-Oleum LeakSeal Flexible Rubber Coating, please contact Lerner and Rowe’s legal team for a free case review. You may be entitled for compensation for medical expenses, suffering and damages. Please call Call, or submit an online case review form to receive free information and a confidential legal consultation to discuss any injuries caused by using Rust-Oleum LeakSeal Flexible Rubber Coating.