Court ReportingNewsApril 12, 2023by pressurecooker
Crock-Pot MINI Multi-Cooker Lawsuit Filed in Florida
April 12, 2023 — A woman who was burned by her Crock-Pot MINI Multi-Cooker has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer. The plaintiff, Melanie P., is a woman from South Carolina who alleges that she was severely burned in March 2020. She claims she was using a defective Crock-Pot 4-Quart Multi-Use MINI Express Crock Programmable Slow Cooker and Pressure Cooker (Model Number SCCPPC400-DS). A...
NewsApril 1, 2022by pressurecooker
Burn Injury Lawsuit Filed After Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker Explodes
April 1, 2022 — Sunbeam Products has been hit by yet another lawsuit involving a consumer who was burned by a recalled Crock-Pot Express Crock Multi-Cooker. The lawsuit was filed by Denisa A., a woman from California who accuses Sunbeam Products of selling a defective and “unreasonably dangerous” product. According to the lawsuit, she was using her Crock-Pot pressure cooker...
NewsMarch 3, 2022by pressurecooker
Sunbeam Products Hit With Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker Lawsuit
March 3, 2022 — Sunbeam Products has been hit by yet another lawsuit involving a person who was burned by a Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker explosion. The lawsuit was filed by Karen O., a woman from Denver, Colorado, who claims that she suffered “serious and substantial burn injuries” on February 14, 2020. She claims that she was able to easily twist open the lid on her Crock-Pot Express...
FeaturedNewsJanuary 18, 2022by pressurecooker
Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker Lawsuit Filed by Burned Woman
January 18, 2022 — A woman from California who was burned by a Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer. The lawsuit was filed by Nicole A., a woman from Santa Maria, California, who suffered “serious and substantial injuries” from her Crock-Pot Express Crock Multi-Cooker in January 2020. According to the lawsuit, she was burned as a result of being...
FeaturedNewsJanuary 5, 2022by pressurecooker
Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker Lawsuit Claims Lid Fails to Lock as Advertised
January 5, 2022 — Sunbeam Products and Newell Brands have been sued by a woman who was burned by a recalled Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker. The plaintiff, Lathea S., is a woman from Illinois who claims that she suffered burn injuries when the lid exploded off of her Crock-Pot 6 qt. Express Crock Multi-Cooker (Model Number SCCPPC600-V1). Her injuries allegedly occurred on February 15, 2021. Three...
NewsSeptember 10, 2021by pressurecooker
Denver Woman Suffers Horrific Burns When Pressure Cooker Explodes
September 10, 2021 — A woman from Denver suffered horrific 3rd-degree burns on her face and body when her Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker exploded. The woman, Georgina B., said she was using her Crock-Pot Express Multi-Cooker in June 2019 to make beans when the lid suddenly exploded off the pot and flew across her kitchen. She was sprayed with extremely hot liquid, resulting in devastating...
NewsSeptember 2, 2021by pressurecooker
Man Files Lawsuit for Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker Burn Injuries
September 2, 2021 — A man from South Carolina who was burned by a now-recalled Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturers. The lawsuit was filed by Ralph B. Jr., a man who received a new Crock-Pot Express Crock Pressure Cooker in December 2018. In November 2019, he was using it to prepare food when it “indicated it had finished cooking the meal and was no...
NewsNovember 24, 2020by pressurecooker
Crock-Pot Pressure Cookers Recalled After 99 Burn Injuries Reported
November 24, 2020 — Just in time for Thanksgiving, 940,000 Crock-Pot® Express Pressure Cookers were recalled after 99 reports of burn injuries. Sunbeam Products warned that the lid can detach on the Crock-Pot® 6-Quart Express Crock Multi-Cookers and cause an explosion of hot food and liquid. The recalled pressure cookers were linked to at least 99 reports of burn injuries ranging in severity...
NewsJanuary 13, 2020by pressurecooker
Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker Class Action Lawsuit
Sunbeam Products Inc. was hit with a class action lawsuit by people who say their Crock-Pot pressure cookers are dangerously defective because they can explode hot food and cause burn injuries.