Johnson//Becker, PLLC is a nationwide products liability law firm with experience representing victims of pressure cooker explosions. The firm has represented over 700 clients who have been severely burned by exploding pressure cookers designed and sold by numerous manufacturers.
Johnson//Becker filed this Complaint on behalf of Carolyn Allard, a resident of Lakeland, Florida, alleging that a defective Instant Pot exploded during normal use, despite claims of its safety features.
Ms. Allard was severely burned in a pressure cooker explosion in July 2019, when her Instant Pot lid opened while the contents were still under pressure. According to the Complaint, manufacturer Instant Brands touts “safety mechanisms,” including a lid lock that prevents the unit from possibly opening when pressurized.
Ms. Allard, through her Johnson//Becker pressure cooker attorneys, alleges claims about safe operation of the Instant Pot “are not just misleading, they are flatly wrong, and put innocent consumers… directly in harm’s way.”
Johnson//Becker is aware of numerous incidents involving an Instant Pot, the best-selling brand of electric pressure cooker.
This suit is filed by Lisa Gorshe and Adam J. Kress of Johnson//Becker, PLLC. Adam exclusively handles injury cases, with an emphasis on national products liability litigation, including cases involving burn injuries from defective products.
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