According to NBC News, Keurig is recalling more than 6.6 million coffee makers in the United States after reports of burn incidents. The news outlet reported that the company has received about 200 reports of hot liquids escaping machines, resulting in 90 reported burn injuries.
The company said the accidents have occurred due to overheating, and that the products could potentially spray users with overheated liquid.
What Models are in the Keurig Coffee Maker Recall?
The coffee makers involved in the recall have “31” printed on the bottom. They were sold either online or in retail stores in the U.S. and Canada. Additionally, the devices involved in the recall include those with the model number K10.
Sadly, severe burns can result in ongoing medical care for victims, including expensive therapy, rehabilitation as well as painful skin grafts. If you have ever experienced the unfortunate side effects of a severe burn, you know how painful they can be.
I Have Burn Injuries from a Keurig. Do I Have a Defective Product Case?
Recalled products caused by dangerous defects can have disastrous consequences. If a defective product has harmed you, you may have the ability to hold the manufacturer liable.
You should not have to suffer because a company was negligent in its duty of making a safe product. Make sure you speak to a Nashville personal injury attorney near you to report the defective product. An attorney can also provide free advice about your right to pursue a product liability lawsuit and seek damages to help pay for your medical expenses, suffering and more.
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