Pressure Cooker Injury

Power Pressure Cooker Injury Claims

Our pressure cooker product liability attorneys have handled cases where someone was injured by exploding contents from a pressure cooker. If you need a pressure cooker attorney, call today. One pressure cooker, the Power Pressure Cooker XL, has several possible issues we are investigating which could seriously injure a user. We already handled many cases against Tristar Products and other pressure cooker companies.

Contact one of our pressure cooker lawyers
 now if you were injured by a Power Pressure Cooker XL to find out if you are entitled to compensation at 800-337-7755. We've already handled many claims against Tristar and the Power Pressure Cooker manufacturers.

The Power Pressure Cooker XL is sold online through Tristar's website, and in major retail stores, including Bed, Bath & Beyond, Walmart, Kohls, JC Penney, and more. According to its website, "
Power Pressure Cooker XL prepares family favorite recipes up to 70% faster than other conventional ways of cooking. Its Flavor Infusion technology guarantees that the food will not only be done fast but it will be delicious."Pressure Cooker Lawyers

It is supposed to have "built in safety features", though its website fails to disclose what those safety features actually are. Each website which sells this product has a different description. Kohls, for example, even says there is a "Safe-lock lid and steam release valve ensure safe use." This safety feature is not described on all sites. 

Possible Power Pressure Cooker XL May Explode

Our office has handled several burn injury claims by victims alleging their pressure cooker exploded when they went to open it or while it was cooking. It has been alleged that a faulty part in the Power Pressure Cooker XL may cause pressure to build up without a means of release, thereby causing the contents to explode out when the pressure cooker is opened. One victim described the defect as a loose valve that gets blocked and cannot release the steam.

There have been numerous complaints with this product already. Among those listed online include:
  • "this was my first pressure cooker and I really needed to rely on instructions but the booklet it came with really was useless." jacobalex 
    • Inadequate instructions without sufficient safety instructions may increase potential liability for any injury caused by the Power Pressure Cooker XL
  • "After cooking, the release button wouldn't release. I had to get a screwdriver and manually depress the valve to get the pressure out so I could open it." old sandals
    • A faulty release button could cause contents to explode onto the user when the cooker is opened. Scalding hot soup or product could be extremely dangerous if it shoots out of the cooker.
  • "Used the pressure cooker 1 time with success. After that, never could get the top to seal correctly. Almost burnt myself went the lid popped off on its own" budro2u
    • A faulty seal could cause contents to shoot out during the cooking process, or afterwards, and could be very dangerous. 
  • "no way to stop ,except pull the plug."
    • Without a way to stop the cooker, pressure could build up and the food could get burning hot when unintended by the user.
  • "The first one after the 2nd use had the white lettering on the release valve completely disappear, I did an even exchange. The 2nd one after 2 uses while making pasta over heated and never shut off when timer ended so it burned terribly to the bottom, I did an even exchange. The third one never sealed correctly from the first use. Steam would escape from the handle."
    • This consumer had several safety issues with 3 different pressure cookers she purchased.
Some of the most common safety issues with the Power Pressure Cooker XL alleged are:
  1. Poor instructions
  2. Lettering on the release valve disappeared, making it impossible for the consumer to use it as designed
  3. Cooker never shut off even after the timer ended
  4. Lid does not seal properly, allowing steam to escape from unintended places
  5. No manual safety shut off
  6. Lid may pop off during use
  7. Release valve may get stuck and cause the cooker to seal shut
  8. Release valve may move out of place
  9. Float valve may not work properly

Pressure Cooker AttorneyWho is Tristar Products, Inc.?

The company behind the Power Pressure Cooker XL is Tristar Products, Inc. According to its website, Tristar is located just 25 minutes from New York. "20 years ago, Tristar Products, Inc. revolutionized the direct response market. From the AbRoller, to the Banjo Minnow, to the Power Juicer and Genie Bra, Tristar’s team is dedicated to successful innovation and the wellness of its customers."

Tristar boasts on its website, "With well established brands, proven international and domestic distribution channels, media power in over 100 countries, the best team in the industry and quality manufacturing that attracts celebrity endorsements, Tristar Products Inc. has exceeded over a billion dollars in sales."

It has distribution in many retail outlets.

Common Pressure Cooker Injury and Damage Claims may include:

Burns - If a pressure cooker explodes, scalding hot food could cause major burns, blistering skin, melted skin, and scars. These burn injuries could require skin grafting, antibiotics, and could even lead to infection.  

Scars and Skin Discoloration - Severe burns could cause the victim's skin to become permanently discolored, or even leave scars. These injuries could require revision surgery or future medical care.

Property DamageWhen contents from a pressure cooker explode, it could cause property damage to contents. Soup, for example, could shoot out from the pressure cooker and coat the ceiling, walls and other furniture and valuables. 

Wrongful Death - If burn injuries lead to infection, the victim could even die from the injuries. This would lead to a possible wrongful death case.

Faulty Cooker Injury

Call us for a free Pressure Cooker injury lawyer consultation!

At the Law Offices of Jason Turchin, we fight for safer products. If there is a defective pressure cooker causing injury to customers, we want to hold the manufacturer responsible and fight to get the victims the money they deserve.  

Victims may be entitled to compensation for:
  • Past pain and suffering
  • Future pain and suffering
  • Past medical expenses
  • Future medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Household services
  • Punitive damages
  • Property damage
  • and more
We look forward to speaking with you to see if you have a defective pressure cooker case. We work on a contingency fee, which means we don't get paid any money unless you get compensated. 

The Power Pressure Cooker XL is a trademark owned by Tristar Products, Inc., according to the US Patent and Trademark Office. It is a goods and services mark that includes, "Domestic kitchen appliance, namely, an electric combination sauce pan, steamer, slow cooker, cooking pot, rice cooker, dutch oven, pressure cooker, braiser, and stock pot". 

Contact our firm now or call 1-800-337-7755. It's a free consultation!

At the Law Offices of Jason Turchin and through our network of nationwide product liability attorneys, our pressure cooker injury attorneys can represent you in Florida, and throughout the United States if you were injured by a pressure cooker. 

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