What To Do About a Pressure Cooker Burn Injury

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

Nationwide Product Liability Attorney Explains 

Video Transcript:

Tom Mustin: 

What should you do if you get burned by a pressure cooker?

George McLaughlin: 

Well, if you get burned injury with a pressure cooker, first thing you do is you got to take care of your burn. Immediately seek medical attention for your burn injury. Depending on how extensive it is and how serious it is, you may need to go to the emergency room. I've had clients who have been admitted to an intensive care because of the extent of their burns. I've had other people that they treated it at home because it was not so extensive, maybe they just had a little bit of a burn on the top of their hand, they called their doctor and treated it at home. The next thing you do is save the product, contact an attorney that knows product liability if you believe you're injured because of a malfunction of the product.

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