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The Healthy Cuisine Pressure Cooker is marketed as an easy way to cook delicious meals in a fraction of the time it would ordinarily take to cook foods via conventional methods. However, recent lawsuits allege that the pressure cooker’s safety locks fail to prevent the lid from being removed while there is still pressure inside the cooking chamber, resulting in severe burn injuries when hot liquids inside the cooker explode.
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If you or a loved one had substantial burn injuries caused by a faulty pressure cooker, you should contact our lawyers immediately about your potential case. Our law firm is actively investigating defective pressure cooker explosions in all 50 states.

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What is the Healthy Cuisine Pressure Cooker?

The Healthy Cuisine Pressure Cooker is an all-in-one cooker that combines the functions of a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice/porridge cooker, cake maker, yogurt maker, steamer, and warmer. The pressure cooker uses induction heating to rapidly circulate heated air to ensure hot food is evenly cooked.

The Healthy Cuisine Pressure Cooker also features a double-locked safe lid and adjustable pressure valve settings, which are designed to ensure that the cooker stays locked and secure the whole time.

What's the Problem With Electric Pressure Cookers?

Consumers in multiple states have reported suffering second-degree and third-degree from instant brands pressure cooker injuries. This happens when the top of the instant pot flies off during operation, spewing steam valve and hot liquid dangerously.

In promotional videos, companies tout that pressure cooker lids are unremovable. The lid should not move until internal pressure has dissipated and it is safe for removal. Unfortunately, due to faulty gaskets and other safety mechanisms, the reality has been far different.

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Pressure Cooker Injuries

  • Serious burns
  • Hot steam burns
  • Second-degree burns
  • Third-degree burns
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Eye injuries and blindness
  • Traumatic brain injuries (concussion)
  • Scalds
  • Permanent scarring
  • Disfigurement
  • Emergency medical treatment
  • Kitchen and/or property damage

Manufacturer Responsibility to Consumer

It is the manufacturer’s responsibility to ensure that products are free of defects and design flaws and contain proper instructions for safe use.

By law, instant pot manufacturers are required to make sure their products have minimum safety mechanisms. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has authorized a variety of regulations for both children’s consumer products and products for the general population.

Since millions of defective pressure cookers are developed and distributed annually, an occasional defect or mistake will happen. When instant pot manufacturers are notified of an error in these cases, they are required to take corrective actions.

What Should I Do If I'm Injured By My Pressure Cooker?

If you suffered injuries while using a pressure cooker, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and losses. You should consult with an experienced product liability attorney as early as possible to learn about your rights and options. As you prepare to meet with a pressure cooker recalls lawyer, you should try to take these steps:

  • See a doctor immediately - You should make sure that you are fully checked for serious injuries. You should also follow your doctor’s treatment plan and make all of your follow-up visits.
  • Save the pressure cooker - You should keep the pressure cooker that caused the accident. You should also collect and hold on to any parts that broke loose in the explosion.
  • File a report - You can help the CPSC to identify and address problems with popular pressure cookers by filing a report through the portal.
  • Keep everything - You should keep copies of all documents related to your pressure cooker explosion, including medical bills, kitchen repair bills, work records, and any letters or e-mails that you have received from the manufacturer and/or seller of the product. You should also keep photos of your injuries and/or the pressure cookers and the names and numbers of eyewitnesses.

What Damages Could I Be Awarded?

The potential settlement value of lawsuits depends on the nature and severity of the physical injuries suffered by the plaintiff. The most common type of injury caused by pressure cooker explosions is thermal burns. The settlement value of burn injuries depends on the severity of the burn and the location of the burn.

The average compensation payout for people who were severely burned in auto tort cases ranges from $100,000 to $1,000,000. These averages are going to be slightly higher in product liability cases because the compensation value in auto cases is often limited by the amount of available insurance coverage.

The average settlement compensation payout for a lawsuit is typically around $125,000 to $200,000 for 2nd-degree burns and $600,000 to $2,000,000 for third-degree burns. Cases involving facial burning with permanent disfigurement from pressure cookers will be at the higher end of the settlement value scale.

Should I Join a Class Action or File an Individual Claim?

If you are interested in receiving a refund or some financial compensation for the cost of the pressure cooker, a class action may be right for you. However, if you intend to be compensated for losses related to a defective pressure cooker explosion, you should consider filing an individual lawsuit claim.

Class action lawsuits are a single solution to fit all. They are the best option for a lawsuit involving a large number of people who have suffered the same injury or financial loss. This allows for equal distribution of settlement money among injured victims.

However, for those with the most severe injuries from a pressure cooker explosion, a class action lawsuit may not offer a solution to the full spectrum of costs that they face as a result of their injury. Individual claims are the better choice for victims that want to be properly compensated.

Individual claims create a better environment where the client is the focus and in control. With the help of the lawyers at Schmidt & Clark, LLP, a Healthy Cuisine pressure cooker lawsuit can yield the best result to recover damages you incurred if your pressure cooker exploded.

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