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Pressure Cookers

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Pressure Cookers

The Pressure Cookers Litigation Group covers litigation related to electric and stove-top pressure cookers. Manufactures claim that these pressure cookers cannot be opened while the contents are under pressure. However, contrary to those claims, the design intent, and industry standards, there are many instances where pressure cookers open under pressure, causing severe burn injuries.


This Litigation Group provides members with educational information regarding pressure cookers, litigation updates, and assistance in evaluating potential cases and preparing cases for litigation. The Group has a document library and a list server through which Litigation Group members can share resources.


  • Meetings: The group meets at AAJ Annual and Winter conventions.
  • Membership: The group is limited to AAJ Regular, Life, Sustaining, and President's Club member only.
  • Annual Dues: $100 per member


Jasper Abbot | Harris Lowry Manton, LLP, Atlanta, GA
George E. McLaughlin | McLaughlin Law Firm, PC, Denver, CO

Ken Moll | Moll Law Group, Chicago, IL

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