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Have you or a loved one been injured due to an at home pressure cooker exploding while being used? These devices are touted as time saving ways to cook healthy and tasty meals in significantly less time than a conventional oven or stove. In theory they work but in real life can actually be ticking time bombs due to faulty safety features. With pressure cookers the food inside is steamed and can reach temperatures in excess of 200 degrees F. If the pressure is not released the pressure become too much and the lid flies off and the entire unit, which is made of metal and plastic, explodes complete with a blast radius if several feet. This can absolutely destroy your kitchen as well as severely injury you and your children. In the United States there are more than one dozen pressure cooker manufacturers and most have voluntarily recalled their products after people have been injured or killed by a pressure cooker explosion. These recalls were not well publicized and most users have no idea of the danger they are in. If you, your child, spouse or loved one, has been severely burned or otherwise injured in a pressure cooker explosion in Pennsylvania please contact our Pennsylvania burn injury attorneys handling pressure cooker lawsuits. They give free case reviews and charge no fees if they are unable to recover compensation for you.

With an office in Pittsburgh they serve the Pittsburgh, Beaver, Butler, Washington, Philadelphia, Allentown, Harrisburg, Erie, Altoona, State College, Columbus, Charleston, Wheeling, Morgantown, Parkersburg, Baltimore, Washington DC, Trenton & New York City areas.

Injuries Caused By Exploding Pressure Cookers

The most common injury associated with pressure cooker explosions are severe burns that can leave the victim scarred and disfigured for life. They can be 1st, 2nd or 3rd degree burns anywhere on the body. In addition, head injuries and other serious soft tissue injuries can be sustained due to the blast. These can be penetrating injuries, face, eye and ear injuries as well as cuts, lacerations, scalds and other skin injuries. No matter how minor you think your injuries are you should seek medical care immediately.

Children who are burned, scarred, disfigured or otherwise injured in pressure cooker accidents have a long road ahead of them in terms of getting through the injuries and moving on with their lives. Our Pittsburgh child burn injury attorneys have many years experience helping injured children get the benefits, care and compensation they need to move on.

Contact Our Pennsylvania Pressure Cooker Injury Attorneys

For a free case evaluation with our pressure cooker burn injury attorneys please click here. They charge no fees unless they recover compensation for you.