Interview: Update on Electric Pressure Cooker Lawsuits

What is happening with the electric pressure cooker lawsuits? Several owners have claimed that the device has a dangerous defect. These cookers claim to have a safeguard that prevents the device from being opened while the contents inside are hot and under pressure. However, some owners say that they've been able to open the lid while the contents are hot and pressurized, resulting in severe burn injuries. We spoke to George McLaughlin, a defective product attorney based in Denver who is currently representing a family affected by an exploding pressure cooker. He urges anyone injured by a defective product to hold on to the product and contact an attorney with product liability experience. George McLaughlin can be reached at 888-366-0579

Topics covered in this interview:

  • What happened with the exploding pressure cooker claims?
  • What's happening with the case you filed?
  • Do multiple brands of pressure cooker have this problem?
  • Are these pressure cookers still available in stores?
  • Have any recalls been issued for pressure cookers?
  • Did the users cause these explosions in any way?
  • What should someone do if they've been hurt in a pressure cooker explosion?
  • What type of lawyer should you call?
  • Do you represent claimants nationwide or only in Colorado?

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