Edelson Lechtzin LLP is investigating a potential nationwide consumer protection class action lawsuit on behalf of purchasers of “Real Water” brand alkaline water, which has been linked to non-viral hepatitis and liver failure.
About “Real Water”
Affinity Lifestyles.com of Las Vegas, the company that owns and sells Real Water, claims that its water is healthier than typical drinking water, which is acidic, because it uses “Electron Energized Technology” to infuse its water with “trillions of electrons.” The company claims this process produces “stable negative ionization,” which is “more accepted by the body’s aquaporins,” and provides “increased cellular hydration.”
Is “Real Water” brand alkaline water dangerous?
An FDA probe recently found that Real Water alkaline water may have caused at least five people to suffer liver failure. The FDA has warned consumers and businesses not to drink, sell or serve Real Water. As a result of the FDA investigation.
What products are subject to the recall?
Real Water has issued a recall of all sizes of its drinking water, including 1.5 liters, 1 liter, 500 ml and, 1-gallon ready-to-drink bottles that were distributed throughout the United States. In addition, 5-gallon home and office delivery bottles were distributed through direct delivery to homes and offices in the greater Las Vegas, NV area, central California, and Phoenix, AZ.
How do I join the Real Water class action?
If you purchased Real Water brand alkaline water and would like to discuss your rights, please contact us at 844-696-7492 or complete the form below to request a free consultation with one of our lawyers.