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Over the past year, the product liability attorneys at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin have been investigating several Power Pressure Cooker burn injury claims from pressure cookers produced by TriStar Products. Investigation revealed several alleged defects which may cause or contribute to significant injuries. If you were burned by an exploding TriStar power pressure cooker, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Call us at 800-337-7755 today for a free consultation or submit your information online. Pressure Cooker Lawyer

TriStar power pressure cooker injuries seem to be on the rise. Our product liability lawyers have handled many claims on behalf of people who sustained severe burns after the contents exploded from their Tristar Power Pressure Cooker XL.

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CBS in Miami recently reported that two people were shot in the same apartment complex that 6 year old King Carter was murdered just months prior. According to CBS, a man and woman were rushed to the emergency room at Jackson Memorial Hospital after shots were fired at a northwest Miami-Dade apartment complex at night.

“The two victims were outside of the apartment complex when the shooter opened fire striking both victims,” said Miami-Dade police Det. Marjorie Eloi. “One victim was struck in the head and the second victim was struck in the shoulder and left arm.”

crimesceneCBS reported that the shooting happened at the Blue Lake Village apartment complex off NW 12th avenue and 103rd Lane – the same apartment complex where 6-year-old King Carter was shot and killed in February. King’s father ducked for cover, he said, after he heard about 20 shots.

Disney_World_Main_EntranceA 2 year old child was reportedly attacked and killed by a gator near Disney’s Grand Floridian hotel beach and dragged further into the Seven Seas Lagoon water. Cops allegedly killed at least five gators in the waters while searching for the child, though none appeared to be the one who attacked the child. According to reports, Disney has a wildlife management system which is supposed to prevent this type of incident, but somehow several gators remained in the water.

It is unfathomable that gators continued to live in the waters near where Disney guests played without warning guests.

It is apparent to those of us who investigate wrongful death claims based on the information available at this time that there was a possible procedural breakdown at Disney. The fact that there were at least six gators in water where resort guests can walk in or near, or even boat, is six too many. While employees may have been diligent in the past at keeping gators from accessing guest areas, something happened which could have possibly been prevented. Perhaps they became too relaxed? Understaffed? Lacked proper training and experience?

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