Nutribullet Burns and Hand Injury Lawsuit
Nutribullet Burns and Hand Injury Lawsuit. The popular NutriBullet blender device has been touted as a high-powered inexpensive blender for making smoothies and soups. The device has a futuristic design, easy to operate it takes up minimal countertop space.
But according to court filings, more than 22 personal injury and product liability lawsuits have been filed by consumers who developed severe burns, serious hand cuts and nerve damages or were injured as a result of their Nutribullet blender device exploding.Injured by the Nutribullet Blender?
If you have used a Nutribullet blender and have sustained severe burns, trauma to the hands and or serious cuts needing emergency care, please call Dr. Shezad Malik Law Firm at 888-210-9693. We are based in Dallas, Texas and handle Nutribullet blender injury cases nationwide. Read more here about the exploding Nutribullet blender.Nutribullet Blender Explosions
The NutriBullet blender has a 600-watt motor with razor-sharp blades. If the food or liquids get too hot, the pressure in the canister can increase to dangerous levels and it can potentially explode when opened. Some of the potentially catastrophic injuries include:
- Second-degree or third-degree burns
- Hand cuts, tendon and nerve lacerations
- Scarring and nerve injury
- Eye injury
Homeland Housewares, the manufacturer of the Nutribullet and Magic Bullet blenders, based in California is accused of failing to fix design flaws to prevent explosions. According to lawyers who filed Nutribullet injury lawsuits:
“The company is aware of the problem and, in fact, we have brought a prior lawsuit against a common manufacturer based on the Magic Bullet’s similar design defect.”
According to one injured plaintiff, Sheryl Utal said she used her NutriBullet daily for years to make smoothies. One morning while she was using the device, as usual, the Nutribullet exploded after about 20 seconds, causing second-degree burns. According to Utal, "It just came flying out all over me, all over the kitchen, the ceilings, the walls." She said her arms felt "on fire." Utal is one of the people now suing the company.
Another man, Pete Damiano, blames the company for his injuries while making a mango sauce for his family. While it's unclear whether the sauce was hot or not before Damiano put it into the blender, he did suffer second-degree burns that almost left him blind.What is the Problem?
The NutriBullet manual does warn that over-blending can cause food to heat up contents to an unsafe degree. Dr. Shezad Malik law firm is investigating and accepting serious injuries from the Nutribullet blender device.Do I Have a Nutribullet Lawsuit?
The Dr. Shezad Malik law firm is currently accepting Nutribullet induced injury cases in all 50 states. If you or somebody you know has been injured, you should contact our lawyers immediately for a free case consultation. Please use the form to contact our legal team or call toll free 24 hours a day at (888) 210-9693.