Tristar Products, the "As Seen on TV" company, has been hit with yet another lawsuit involving a Power Pressure Cooker XL explosion.
A family in New Jersey filed a lawsuit accusing Cuisinart of selling a defective pressure cooker that exploded hot food when they opened it.
Six people who were burned by CrockPot Pressure Cookers that exploded when they opened the lid filed lawsuits against Sunbeam Products and Newell Brands.
Another lawsuit has been filed against Tabletops Unlimited by people who were burned when their pressure cooker exploded hot food.
Another lawsuit has been filed against Sunbeam Products after a woman was burned when her Crock-Pot Pressure Cooker exploded.
A woman who was severely burned by an exploding Crock-Pot Express Pressure Cooker has filed a class action lawsuit in Florida.
A 2-year-old girl was severely burned by a pressure cooker that exploded on Halloween night.
A lawsuit was filed by a woman who suffered 2nd-degree burns when her Instant Pot® pressure cooker exploded.
A woman from Lewis Center, Ohio, who claims she suffered extreme burn injuries to 25% of her body when the lid of a pressure cooker she was using blew off unexpectedly has filed a products liability lawsuit against the appliance's...
Two lawsuits have been filed for people who were severely burned in explosions of food from the Tristar Power Pressure Cooker XL.