Several product liability lawsuits filed against Samsung products, alleging pressure cooker burns

WALTON COUNTY, Fla., May 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The law firm of Jason Turchin announces several product liability claims against Tristar Products, Inc. on behalf of victims of burns from allegedly defective pressure cookers litigation.The new pressure cooker lawsuit deals with burns caused by using the Emeril Lagasse pressure air fryer duo and other Samsung pressure cookers.The new lawsuits are titled Beets v. Tristar Products, Inc., Flood v. Tristar Products, Inc., Taveras v. Tristar Products, Inc., Bryniarski v. Tristar Products, Inc., Dobson v. Tristar Products, Inc., and Garnett v. Tristar Products, Inc., in Walton County, Florida Circuit Court.
Each of the plaintiffs alleges that they suffered severe burns in separate incidents of using products distributed by Tristar.Pressure cooker attorneys at the Jason Turchin law firm have handled a number of previous cases against Tristar Products, Inc. involving Power Pressure Cooker XL, which have so far not been recalled despite a large number of injured consumers across the United States.
“Tristar claims pressure cookers and air fryers have safety mechanisms to prevent them from opening under pressure, but we’ve represented many victims of burns when the lid was opened while the unit was still pressurized,” Turchin said.Turchin’s firm previously served as lead counsel in a consolidated federal lawsuit against Tristar Products in New Jersey called IN RE: TRISTAR PRODUCTS LITIGATION.”Since our original lawsuit, Samsung has moved their corporate registration from a PO box in South Florida to what is now Santa Rosa Beach, Florida,” Turchin added.
Turchin’s firm is co-lead counsel in a national pressure cooker class action brought against Sunbeam Products, Inc. involving the Model 600-V1 Crock-Pot Multicooker.This product has now been recalled.His law firm also represents victims of burns from the contents of a pressure cooker explosion, including claims against Maxi-Matic, Gourmia, Bella Housewares, Instant Pot, and more.
Turchin continues to represent victims of pressure cooker burns, hoping the company will fix the alleged flaw to prevent more injuries.”We want to make sure these products are safe. There should be zero tolerance for failure,” Turchin added.

Post time: Jun-22-2022