Icy Hot Injuries – Painful Side Effects

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Victims who have suffered serious side effects after using Icy Hot pain relief products may be able to join a class action lawsuit. Concerns have been raised over the effects of Icy Hot topical painkillers and alleged false advertising, with potentially misleading statements printed on the product packaging as key selling points.

Icy Hot is advertised as providing long-lasting pain relief action. But not all users experience this relief, with some left suffering serious side effects such as pain, burns, and blistering. If you have suffered adverse side effects from Icy Hot products, contact Bisnar Chase for a free consultation to find out if you could have a case.

What is Icy Hot?

Icy Hot is a well-known and prominent range of pain relief products. It is manufactured, marketed, and distributed by Tennessee-based corporation Chattem, Inc.

The company sells various items designed to target and calm various forms of discomfort and pain. It sells topical analgesics that are designed to help with complaints such as:

  • Muscle strains
  • Cramps
  • Arthritis
  • Sprains
  • Soft tissue injuries

The Icy Hot range includes roll-on applicators, patches, creams, balms, gels, and sprays. The Icy Hot name is based on medical advice to apply ice and heat to injuries. Many Icy Hot products use menthol as an active ingredient that initiates cold and hot sensations.

Icy Hot Dangers and Side Effects

The packaging for the Icy Hot roll-on applicator is covered with a series of eye-catching advertising statements, including: “Long Lasting Pain Relief”, “Pain Relieving Liquid”, “America’s #1 Topical Pain Reliever,” and “Powerful, Fast Acting Formula,” among other slogans.

But some users have been hit by serious side effects after using the Icy Hot roll-on applicator.

These include, but are not limited to:

  • Increased pain
  • Burns
  • Cracking skin
  • Rashes
  • Hives
  • Itching
  • Blisters
  • Red, swollen, or peeling skin

For some users, these painful side effects are nothing to do with user error. They can even occur when the product is used as directed by packaging instructions.

Icy Hot Lawsuit

Bisnar Chase has filed a claim against Chattem, Inc. for a client who suffered an adverse reaction after using an Icy Hot roll-on applicator. The lawsuit alleges that Icy Hot uses false advertising and misleading statements to influence buyers, without adequately warning consumers about the potential dangers of using the products. A series of other users have reported similar reactions from using Icy Hot products, including alleging “chemical burn” effects.

Can You Join a Class Action Lawsuit Against Icy Hot?

Bisnar Chase is looking for more consumers who have suffered allergic reactions after using Icy Hot pain relief products. Check the criteria below to see if you could be eligible to join an Icy Hot class action lawsuit:

  • Have you purchased an Icy Hot applicator?
  • Did you suffer an allergic reaction from using the Icy Hot applicator, such as those listed above?

If you answered yes to the questions above, please get in touch with Bisnar Chase for a free consultation now. We are actively speaking to consumers about their experiences with these products and could help you secure justice if you have suffered an injury or painful reaction.

Icy Hot Class Action Lawyers

Bisnar Chase is a top-rated personal injury law firm that takes pride in supporting victims and holding wrongdoers accountable. We provide superior representation in all kinds of cases, from defective product and consumer safety claims to class action lawsuits. Our firm has been in business for over 45 years, maintaining a 99% success rate and winning over $650 million for our clients. We offer a No Win No Fee promise and a free case evaluation.

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