Have you or a loved one been injured by a defective pressure cooker?
Faulty pressure cookers can cause serious injury to users or others in the home. Our team of experienced personal injury attorneys has found a growing amount of injuries related to defective pressure cookers. We aren’t afraid to take on big corporations to protect your rights to compensation.
Sunbeam recalled more than 900,000 crock pots due to dangerous burns and catastrophic explosion-related injuries following the Cory Watson lawsuit.
Pressure cookers have risen in popularity over the past decade as their manufacturers tout them as a safe and health-conscious way to prepare food rapidly. Now, an increasing number of people are reporting dangerous pressure cooker explosions that cause severe burns and other serious injuries.
Contact us now if you or someone you care about was seriously harmed by a defective pressure cooker. The personal injury lawyers at Cory Watson Attorneys are ready to help.
The Cause (or Claim)
Cory Watson’s experienced legal professionals are investigating injuries related to pressure cookers—also known as “instant pots”, “crock pots”, “one-pots”, and “multi-pots”. When in use, the internal temperatures can exceed 200 degrees. The most common defect reported is the failure of the pot lid to lock and remain secured during operation. As a result, there may be a severe explosion that sprays the hot contents of the pressure cooker onto the user and even other household members.
A NATIONWIDE LAW FIRM WITH FAULTY DEVICE AND BURN INJURY EXPERIENCE
Our pressure cooker injury lawyers have the expertise your case needs to be successful.
Cory Watson Attorneys is considered among the top trial firms in the United States, having won more than $3 Billion in verdicts and settlements for clients across the country. Our team has more than 38 years of experience fighting for those who have been injured by defective products and we are prepared to fight for you and get you the compensation you deserve. Learn more about your legal rights by calling 844-725-6292 or filling out the free case consultation form on this page.