Johnson//Becker, PLLC has represented over 700 clients who have been severely burned by exploding pressure cookers designed and sold by numerous manufacturers.
Johnson//Becker filed Complaints on behalf of clients in Utah and California against Sunbeam Products, Inc., alleging the plaintiffs were burned by defective Crock-Pot Express Crock Multicookers.
Desiree Conder, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Valerie Alegre of Los Angeles, California, were both the victims of pressure cooker explosions that occurred in November 2020, when the lid to their Crock-Pot pressure cookers opened with their contents still under pressure. That same month, Crock-Pot issued a recall of more than 900,000 pressure cookers, citing 119 reports of lids detaching improperly, causing 99 burn injuries. When the clients purchased their pressure cookers, however, the company marketed them as having “safety sensors” which meant that “once the pressure increases, the lid cannot be opened.”
The lawsuits are filed by Lisa A. Gorshe of Johnson//Becker, PLLC. Lisa exclusively handles injury cases, with an emphasis on national products liability litigation related to consumer goods, medical devices and pharmaceuticals.
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If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective Crock-Pot pressure cooker, you may want to speak with the lawyers at Johnson//Becker. We are actively filing new Crock-Pot pressure cooker lawsuits across the country, and you may be entitled to financial compensation for your defective pressure cooker injuries.
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