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Victims Who Have Been Injured Or Burned By An Exploding Pressure Cooker Or Instant Pot Can Seek Justice And Potential Compensation

We encourage individuals who have suffered severe burns due to the explosion of faulty pressure cookers to request a free, private case review for potential compensation for injuries and other damages.

If You Suffer Injuries From A Pressure Cooker Explosion, You May Be Eligible For Compensation Even Before The Product Is Recalled

Do You Qualify For A Pressure Cooker Explosion Lawsuit?

Whether you or a family member have endured injuries or burns from a pressure cooker explosion—even before the product is formally recalled—you may secure compensation for your injuries, medical costs, and more by pursuing legal action.

What Qualifies As A Pressure Cooker?

Pressure cookers are handy kitchen devices that utilize steam for faster and more efficient cooking. These electric or stove-top appliances seal hot steam within a pot with a secured lid.

What Are Some Risks Of Using Pressure Cookers?

The pressure within a pressure cooker builds up so much that the potential dangers of an explosive release can be severe. Imagine the chaos and potential injury of an explosion in a pot filled with boiling-hot liquids, sticky foods, and steam.

What Are Some Causes Of Pressure Cooker Explosions?

Pressure cookers usually explode due to two main reasons:

  1. A clogged vent results in the lid opening prematurely or failing to release pressure adequately.
  2. The lid is unlocked or opened too soon due to a defective lock or human error.

What Are Some Effects Of Pressure Cooker Explosions?

When a pressure cooker explodes, the outcome can be catastrophic. The metal lid lodges into the ceiling, hot food splatters across the kitchen, the cooktop shatters, and the pressure cooker falls onto the stove.

  • Steam Explosion & Scald Burns. Pressure cooker explosions are essentially "steam explosions," releasing scalding-hot steam that can inflict extensive burn injuries that cover large skin areas and are excruciatingly painful.
  • The Risk of Boiling Hot Food. Exploding pressure cookers also propel burning-hot food onto skin and clothing, resulting in severe 2nd- or 3rd-degree burns that often require skin graft surgery.
  • Airborne Metal & Glass Shrapnel. Airborne metal and glass pieces from the explosion can cause deep cuts, bleeding, or even blindness if it strikes the eyes.

What Are Some Common Pressure Cooker Injuries?

  • Amputation
  • Bleeding
  • Burns
  • Death
  • Disfigurement
  • Eye injuries or blindness
  • Hospitalization
  • Infection
  • Permanent scarring
  • Property damage
  • Scalds
  • Skin graft surgery
  • Steam burns
  • Traumatic brain injuries (Concussions)

Do You Offer A Free Evaluation for Pressure Cooker Explosion Lawsuits?

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries or burns due to any exploding pressure cooker, regardless of recall status, you may be entitled to compensation through a lawsuit.

Which Pressure Cooker Brands Have Been The Focus Of Causing Damage?

  • 3-Squares Tim3 Machin3 Cookers
  • Alcan Pressure Cookers (Rochedo®)
  • ALDI Pressure Cookers
  • Breville Fast Slow Cookers
  • Cook’s Essentials Electronic Pressure Cooker (QVC)
  • Crofton Chef’s Collection Stainless Steel Pressure Cookers
  • Double Insight Multi-Cookers (Gem 65 8-in-1 Multicooker) – Walmart
  • H&H Asia Limited — Crofton Chef’s Collection 6L Pressure Cooker
  • HSN Bella Cucina Zip Cookers
  • HSN Ultrex Pressure Cookers
  • Instant Pot
  • Manttra Pressure Cookers
  • Power Pressure Cooker XL
  • Prestige Smartplus Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker
  • QVC Pressure Cooker
  • Rena Ware Nutrex Pressure Cookers
  • Tower Pressure Cookers
  • Welbilt Electronic Pressure Cookers (HSN)
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What Are Some Recent Pressure Cooker Failure Lawsuits?

Some of the most recent nationwide lawsuits filed as the result of pressure cooker failures include:

  • Instant Pot Lawsuit Filed in California

In 2020, a woman from Louisiana who suffered 2nd-degree burns from an exploding Instant Pot pressure cooker filed a lawsuit (PDF) against the Canadian manufacturer Instant Brands Inc.

  • Toddler Severely Burned by Pressure Cooker Explosion

In 2018, lawyers won a $27 million settlement on behalf of a 2-year-old girl who was severely burned by an exploding pressure cooker.

  • Elite Bistro Pressure Cooker Explosion Lawsuit

In 2015, a lawsuit was filed when a woman was severely burned when her Maxi-Matic Elite Bistro 8-Quart Electric Pressure Cooker exploded while she was cooking chicken stock.

  • Toddler’s Leg Amputated After Burned by Pressure Cooker

A 2-year-old girl from Florida had to have her left leg amputated after suffering severe burns over 60% of her body when a pressure cooker exploded and overflowed at her grandmother’s house.

  • Power Pressure Cooker XL Lawsuits

Tristar Products Inc., the “As Seen on TV” product company, faces several lawsuits from people injured when their Power Pressure Cooker XL exploded after being unplugged.

  • Wolfgang Puck Pressure Cooker Class Action

A class action lawsuit was filed by a woman in Texas who was severely burned by a Wolfgang Puck Pressure Cooker. that caused 2nd- and 3rd-degree burns when her “Automatic Rapid Pressure Cooker” exploded.

  • Pressure Cooker Explosion Burns Man’s Face

A man suffered 3rd-degree burns when he opened a pressure cooker too soon, and it exploded hot foot into his face. He was severely burned by boiling water that landed on his face, arms, and hands.

  • Breville Pressure Cooker Explosion in Australia

In 2016, a mother suffered 2nd-degree burns over 10% of her body when her Breville pressure cooker exploded at her home in Australia.

  • Pressure Cooker Nearly Blinds Woman

A woman from Ireland was nearly blinded when a pressure cooker exploded the first time she used it to make soup.

  • Pressure Cooker Explosion Cuts Off Woman’s Leg

In 2011, a 79-year-old woman in Miami, Florida, almost bled to death when her pressure cooker blew up and cut off her leg.

  • Cafeteria Worker Airlifted to Hospital After Pressure Cooker Explodes

In 2016, a 48-year-old cafeteria employee was severely burned by an exploding pressure cooker when the pressure cooker’s lid dislodged and spewed hot rice throughout the cafeteria at Sri Venkateswara Temple in Bridgewater, New Jersey.

  • Exploding Pressure Cooker Causes Death of Pregnant Woman in Spain

An exploding pressure cooker caused the death of a 36-year-old woman in Spain who was five months pregnant. The woman died almost immediately as a result of major head injuries.

  • Industrial Pressure Cooker Death

One of the most horrific deaths occurred in 2012 when a 62-year-old factory worker at Bumble Bee Foods was trapped inside an industrial-sized pressure cooker as he was cleaning it.

We encourage eligible victims who have been injured or burned by an exploding pressure cooker or instant pot to request a free, private case review to seek justice and the potential compensation to cover damages.

Eligible victims are encouraged to request a free, private case evaluation by an experienced legal staff with the potential for compensation and justice.

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If You Suffer Injuries From A Pressure Cooker Explosion, You May Be Eligible For Compensation Even Before The Product Is Recalled

Do You Qualify For A Pressure Cooker Explosion Lawsuit?

Whether you or a family member have endured injuries or burns from a pressure cooker explosion—even before the product is formally recalled—you may secure compensation for your injuries, medical costs, and more by pursuing legal action.

What Qualifies As A Pressure Cooker?

Pressure cookers are handy kitchen devices that utilize steam for faster and more efficient cooking. These electric or stove-top appliances seal hot steam within a pot with a secured lid.

What Are Some Risks Of Using Pressure Cookers?

The pressure within a pressure cooker builds up so much that the potential dangers of an explosive release can be severe. Imagine the chaos and potential injury of an explosion in a pot filled with boiling-hot liquids, sticky foods, and steam.

What Are Some Causes Of Pressure Cooker Explosions?

Pressure cookers usually explode due to two main reasons:

  1. A clogged vent results in the lid opening prematurely or failing to release pressure adequately.
  2. The lid is unlocked or opened too soon due to a defective lock or human error.

What Are Some Effects Of Pressure Cooker Explosions?

When a pressure cooker explodes, the outcome can be catastrophic. The metal lid lodges into the ceiling, hot food splatters across the kitchen, the cooktop shatters, and the pressure cooker falls onto the stove.

  • Steam Explosion & Scald Burns. Pressure cooker explosions are essentially "steam explosions," releasing scalding-hot steam that can inflict extensive burn injuries that cover large skin areas and are excruciatingly painful.
  • The Risk of Boiling Hot Food. Exploding pressure cookers also propel burning-hot food onto skin and clothing, resulting in severe 2nd- or 3rd-degree burns that often require skin graft surgery.
  • Airborne Metal & Glass Shrapnel. Airborne metal and glass pieces from the explosion can cause deep cuts, bleeding, or even blindness if it strikes the eyes.

What Are Some Common Pressure Cooker Injuries?

  • Amputation
  • Bleeding
  • Burns
  • Death
  • Disfigurement
  • Eye injuries or blindness
  • Hospitalization
  • Infection
  • Permanent scarring
  • Property damage
  • Scalds
  • Skin graft surgery
  • Steam burns
  • Traumatic brain injuries (Concussions)

Do You Offer A Free Evaluation for Pressure Cooker Explosion Lawsuits?

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries or burns due to any exploding pressure cooker, regardless of recall status, you may be entitled to compensation through a lawsuit.

Which Pressure Cooker Brands Have Been The Focus Of Causing Damage?

  • 3-Squares Tim3 Machin3 Cookers
  • Alcan Pressure Cookers (Rochedo®)
  • ALDI Pressure Cookers
  • Breville Fast Slow Cookers
  • Cook’s Essentials Electronic Pressure Cooker (QVC)
  • Crofton Chef’s Collection Stainless Steel Pressure Cookers
  • Double Insight Multi-Cookers (Gem 65 8-in-1 Multicooker) – Walmart
  • H&H Asia Limited — Crofton Chef’s Collection 6L Pressure Cooker
  • HSN Bella Cucina Zip Cookers
  • HSN Ultrex Pressure Cookers
  • Instant Pot
  • Manttra Pressure Cookers
  • Power Pressure Cooker XL
  • Prestige Smartplus Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker
  • QVC Pressure Cooker
  • Rena Ware Nutrex Pressure Cookers
  • Tower Pressure Cookers
  • Welbilt Electronic Pressure Cookers (HSN)
iStock-493574516

What Are Some Recent Pressure Cooker Failure Lawsuits?

Some of the most recent nationwide lawsuits filed as the result of pressure cooker failures include:

  • Instant Pot Lawsuit Filed in California

In 2020, a woman from Louisiana who suffered 2nd-degree burns from an exploding Instant Pot pressure cooker filed a lawsuit (PDF) against the Canadian manufacturer Instant Brands Inc.

  • Toddler Severely Burned by Pressure Cooker Explosion

In 2018, lawyers won a $27 million settlement on behalf of a 2-year-old girl who was severely burned by an exploding pressure cooker.

  • Elite Bistro Pressure Cooker Explosion Lawsuit

In 2015, a lawsuit was filed when a woman was severely burned when her Maxi-Matic Elite Bistro 8-Quart Electric Pressure Cooker exploded while she was cooking chicken stock.

  • Toddler’s Leg Amputated After Burned by Pressure Cooker

A 2-year-old girl from Florida had to have her left leg amputated after suffering severe burns over 60% of her body when a pressure cooker exploded and overflowed at her grandmother’s house.

  • Power Pressure Cooker XL Lawsuits

Tristar Products Inc., the “As Seen on TV” product company, faces several lawsuits from people injured when their Power Pressure Cooker XL exploded after being unplugged.

  • Wolfgang Puck Pressure Cooker Class Action

A class action lawsuit was filed by a woman in Texas who was severely burned by a Wolfgang Puck Pressure Cooker. that caused 2nd- and 3rd-degree burns when her “Automatic Rapid Pressure Cooker” exploded.

  • Pressure Cooker Explosion Burns Man’s Face

A man suffered 3rd-degree burns when he opened a pressure cooker too soon, and it exploded hot foot into his face. He was severely burned by boiling water that landed on his face, arms, and hands.

  • Breville Pressure Cooker Explosion in Australia

In 2016, a mother suffered 2nd-degree burns over 10% of her body when her Breville pressure cooker exploded at her home in Australia.

  • Pressure Cooker Nearly Blinds Woman

A woman from Ireland was nearly blinded when a pressure cooker exploded the first time she used it to make soup.

  • Pressure Cooker Explosion Cuts Off Woman’s Leg

In 2011, a 79-year-old woman in Miami, Florida, almost bled to death when her pressure cooker blew up and cut off her leg.

  • Cafeteria Worker Airlifted to Hospital After Pressure Cooker Explodes

In 2016, a 48-year-old cafeteria employee was severely burned by an exploding pressure cooker when the pressure cooker’s lid dislodged and spewed hot rice throughout the cafeteria at Sri Venkateswara Temple in Bridgewater, New Jersey.

  • Exploding Pressure Cooker Causes Death of Pregnant Woman in Spain

An exploding pressure cooker caused the death of a 36-year-old woman in Spain who was five months pregnant. The woman died almost immediately as a result of major head injuries.

  • Industrial Pressure Cooker Death

One of the most horrific deaths occurred in 2012 when a 62-year-old factory worker at Bumble Bee Foods was trapped inside an industrial-sized pressure cooker as he was cleaning it.

We encourage eligible victims who have been injured or burned by an exploding pressure cooker or instant pot to request a free, private case review to seek justice and the potential compensation to cover damages.

Eligible victims are encouraged to request a free, private case evaluation by an experienced legal staff with the potential for compensation and justice.

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