Breville Pressure Cooker Recall

Breville Pressure Cooker Recall

breville pressure cooker recall

Torrance, California based Breville USA has recalled more than 35,000 pressure cookers after reports of serious burn injuries as a result of people using them in their homes. These defective products were sold at Bed Bath & Beyond, Amazon, Sur la Table, Macy’s & Williams Sonoma from 2012-2015. Breville pressure cookers have flawed safety mechanisms and when too much pressure builds up the cooker explodes and the steam, and steaming hot contents, fly all over the place creating a wave of destruction and injury. If you, or your child, have been the victim of a Breville pressure cooker explosion contact our Breville pressure cooker recall attorneys right away. They offer free case evals and charge no fees if they do not recover for you and your loved ones.

There are other pressure, air fryer and steam cooker brands we have litigated against as well. Please let our Breville burn injury attorneys review your claim as a courtesy no matter the brand you were injured by or where in the country your injury occurred.

To learn what to do with your recalled Breville pressure cooker please visit cpsc.gov.

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