Johnson//Becker lawyers have represented more than 700 individuals injured by pressure cooker explosions. It has been our honor to assist those individuals seek the justice and compensation that they deserve.
Ambiano Pressure Cooker Explosion
Modern electric pressure cookers were meant to be an easier and far safer alternative to their stovetop predecessors. Basic defects to the operation of these pressure cookers, sometimes branded as “multicookers,” have turned some models from a quick-cooking marvel to a countertop liability.
Typically, pressure cooker burn injuries occur when a lid can be twisted off despite the contents still being under pressure, sending the scalding hot contents erupting in all directions. In rare instances, defectively designed lids explode off without the user even touching the lid.
These incidents occur despite manufacturer assurances of safety features meant to protect the user and their family from burn hazards.
In a 2017 YouTube video advertising the Ambiano pressure cooker, an appliance sold exclusively at Aldi, the grocery store chain highlights a series of “safety devices.” These include a safety valve which “engages so the lid cannot be opened” while the unit is building or under pressure.
“You will only be able to take off the lid after the steam inside the pot has subsided: after the safety valve has dropped down and the pin is back in its original position,” the video explains.
Ambiano Pressure Cooker Lawsuit
Despite those claims, numerous users have been burned by these Aldi pressure cookers because of lids that opened prematurely.
Ambiano pressure cookers endanger users through flawed design and manufacturing, failing to warn consumers of the danger they pose, overzealous marketing, and a failure to recall or redesign a defective and unsafe product.
One recent lawsuit alleges Aldi “defectively and negligently designed and manufactured” its Ambiano pressure cooker, which caused “serious and substantial bodily injury and damages” to a Johnson//Becker client. The cooking device “failed to properly function as to prevent the lid from being removed with normal force while the unit remained pressurized, despite the appearance that all the pressure had been released… placing the Plaintiff, her family, and similar consumers in danger while using the pressure cookers.”
Johnson//Becker attorneys have extensive experience handling pressure cooker cases, including against Ambiano.
Ambiano Pressure Cooker Litigation Guide
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Ambiano Pressure Cooker Burn Injuries
Incidents caused by defective pressure cookers have resulted in trips to the emergency room, doctor’s offices and a long road to recovery. Victims of faulty pressure cookers have endured extreme pain, both in the moment of explosion and long after the incident, and have lost time at work, socializing, and with their families.
Potential damages that can be caused by an exploding pressure cooker include:
- First-, Second-, and Third-Degree Burns
- Doctor Visits and/or Hospitalization
- Skin Grafts
- Lost Time from Work
- Permanent Scarring and/or Disfigurement
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
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If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective Ambiano Pressure Cooker, you may want to speak with the lawyers at Johnson // Becker. We are actively filing new pressure cooker lawsuits across the country, and you may be entitled to financial compensation for your injuries.
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