Wexler Wallace is currently investigating claims on behalf of consumers who purchased a defective pressure cooker that may cause significant injuries.
Tristar Products Inc., a major “As Seen on TV” company, marketed and sold a line of pressure cookers known as the Power Pressure Cooker XL. When operating as intended, and as advertised by Tristar, built-in safety features prevent a consumer from removing the lid while the device remains pressurized. However, the Power Pressure Cooker XL contains a defect where the safety features fail, resulting in a risk that the lid will detach from the device before the pressure has subsided, and causing the extremely hot contents to erupt from the unit. When this defect occurs, consumers are at significant risk of burns and other bodily harm.
The Power Pressure Cooker XL has been linked to numerous injuries, and is currently the subject of product liability litigation.
Wexler Wallace represents clients who have been harmed by defective Power Pressure Cooker XL units in ongoing litigation. If you have been harmed by a defective Power Pressure Cooker XL, you may be able to receive damages for your injury. Contact Wexler Wallace today and speak with an attorney about your potential claim.
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