Do I Have a Defective Pressure Cooker?

This video features George E. McLaughlin, a Personal Injury attorney based in Colorado.

Product Liability Attorney Explains How to Find Out 

Video Transcript: 

Tom Mustin: 

How do I know if my pressure cooker is defective? 

George McLaughlin: 

There really isn't a way to just look at it and say, "Oh, I've got a defective pressure cooker." Certain models, certain makes made in certain periods of time appear to have the defects which we allege allow the lids to be open. For example, the instant pot. If your instant pot was made before the year 2017, it may have one of the lids which we contend is defective. There's a date code on the back of those products, a four-digit numeral like 1505. That means it was made in the year 2015, the month of May. We contend that that product would be in the range, where we're alleging, it's a defective lid.

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