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Dangerous Power Pressure Cooker XL Exploding and Injuring Families

Consumers across the country have been put on high alert after several victims suffered second and third-degree burns from Power Pressure Cooker XL explosions. The tops of the appliances have been malfunctioning and injuring users. Those near the exploded pressure cookers are subjected to scalding steam and hot liquid expelling from the units.

The Power Pressure Cooker XL is manufactured by the TriStar Products, Inc. company, established in New Jersey, and were sold to big-box retailers such as Target, Wal-Mart, and Bed Bath & Beyond. The “as seen on TV” product disclaimer states that the lid of the pressure cooker cannot be removed until after internal pressure has dissipated and it is safe. However, consumers in the states of Georgia, Florida, Texas, and Pennsylvania have suffered wrongdoing.

The Power Pressure Cooker XL explosions have injured a number of people including a woman who received severe burns to her torso and injuries to children ranging from 9-months-old to 14-years-old. The hot liquids and pressure building up in these appliances have the capability to cause severe injuries and long-term health issues when the lids explode.

Have You Been Injured by a Product Defect?

All too often, common household products continue to sell after they have caused injuries to consumers. Companies that manufacture such products that hurt and maim users deserve to be held liable.

If a TriStar Power Pressure Cooker XL explosion has harmed you or someone you know, contact a skilled Chicago personal injury lawyer immediately. The attorneys at Tomasik Kotin Kasserman have extensive experience helping clients injured by faulty products. We have what it takes to prove the defective nature of a product. Our experience brings justice and compensation to those injured by manufacturing negligence. Call our office today at 312-605-8800 to schedule a free initial consultation.

Source:

http://www.saferproducts.gov/Search/Result.aspx?dm=1&pcid=579&srt=0

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