Instant Pot, manufactured by Instant Brands, has gained significant popularity in recent years due to its convenience and versatility as an instant pot pressure cooker. However, its reputation has been marred by allegations of defective and negligently designed products, resulting in serious injuries from pressure cooker explosions. These claims challenge Instant Pot's claim of having 10 safety features in their products.
If you or a loved one has suffered from pressure cooker injuries, the dedicated team at Schmidt & Clark, LLP, is prepared to provide you with assistance. As a nationally recognized law firm with experience representing clients victimized by pressure cooker explosions, our primary goal is to secure the justice and rightful compensation you deserve.
Alabama Pressure Cooker Injury Lawsuits
Alabama's pressure cooker lawsuits accuse Instant Brands, the Instant Pot manufacturer, of neglecting to incorporate safer features that could have thwarted explosions.
Johnson Becker PLLC has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Delia Ann McGee and Jeffrey Frank Lewis and against Instant Brands, alleging that the company's pressure cookers were defectively and negligently designed and manufactured.
Other complaints have been filed against the manufacturer Instant Brands on behalf of Angie Easley from Demopolis, Alabama. It is alleged that Ms. Easley suffered burns during the regular use of her Instant Pot pressure cooker.
The pressure cooker explosion occurred when the lid of Ms. Easley's Instant Pot unexpectedly opened while the contents were pressurized, contradicting Instant Pot's assertion that its lid would "automatically lock to prevent opening the cooker" while it's pressurized.
Plaintiffs in these Instant Pot lawsuit cases report Instant Pot pressure cooker safety mechanisms failing, leading to severe burns and injuries.
These cases highlight the potential risks and safety concerns associated with using pressure cookers, particularly those manufactured by Instant Brands Inc., and effectively disprove Instant Pot's claim of being a safe and reliable appliance.
Which Pressure Cooker Brands Are Named in The Lawsuits?
Instant Pot lawsuits have been filed in Alabama, alleging dangerous defects in the lids of Instant Pot pressure cookers, leading to new instant pot lawsuits being filed.
Plaintiff Claims in Pressure Cooker Injury Lawsuit
Plaintiffs in pressure cooker injury lawsuits frequently report enduring severe burns from scalding liquid or steam, sustaining permanent injuries, and encountering faulty cooker components. In the Alabama pressure cooker lawsuits, plaintiffs allege that the Instant Pot's safety mechanisms did not function properly, resulting in severe injuries.
Moreover, plaintiffs argue that the cookers pose an unreasonable danger as the lid can be opened with regular force, even while the unit remains pressurized. These claims challenge the reliability of Instant Pot's advertised safety features and raise concerns about the real safety of pressure cookers in general.
"Defective designs related to these safety mechanisms have led many Instant Pot lids to malfunction and eject their boiling hot contents causing serious injuries."- Ron Miller, Personal Injury Lawyer at Miller & Zois
Common Pressure Cooker Injury
Injuries from pressure cooker incidents commonly include :
- Burns, ranging from minor to severe, depending on the intensity of the explosion
- Lacerations caused by the force of the explosion
- Scalding injuries from the hot steam and liquid released during a pressure cooker explosion.
Pressure Cooker Lawsuit Settlement Amounts in Alabama
While the average settlement amounts for pressure cooker lawsuits in Alabama aren't specified, they can fluctuate significantly based on the case specifics. Generally, the average settlement compensation for a defective pressure cooker lawsuit is around $125,000 to $200,000 for second-degree burns, but it can vary depending on the circumstances.
Certain cases, such as those involving national products liability litigation, have resulted in settlements for pressure cooker lawsuits in Alabama, with Instant Brands and Tristar Products, Inc. facing lawsuits. The settlement amounts vary, but the average financial compensation is said to be around $125,000 to $200,000.
Filing an Alabama Tepezza Pressure Cooker Lawsuit
To file an Alabama Tepezza pressure cooker lawsuit, one must collect all necessary documents, including:
- Medical records
- Proof of purchase
- Any product-related correspondence
- Evidence of burn injuries or damages caused by the pressure cooker
To find a lawyer for a pressure cooker lawsuit in Alabama, you can contact law firms that specialize in mass tort cases.
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Get Your Free Case Evaluation From Alabama Pressure Cooker Lawyers
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