Tassimo Single-Cup Coffee Maker
Tassimo Single-Cup Coffee Maker Recall Class Action Lawsuit
Tassimo Coffee Maker | Tassimo Single-Cup Coffee Maker, Tassimo Coffee Brewers | Problems : three dozen injury reports involving second-degree burns | BSH Home Appliances Corp. | Recall Class Action Lawsuit
Parker Waichman LLP is investigating potential class action lawsuits concerning the February 2012 recall of Tassimo Single-Cup coffee makers sold by BSH Home Appliances Corp., of Irvine, Calif. Prior to being recalled, Tassimo Single-Cup coffee makers had been associated with more than three dozen injury reports involving second-degree burns. Consumers who purchased the recalled Tassimo Single-Cup coffee makers may be entitled to refunds, while those who sustained burns because of this defective product may also be able to obtain damages for personal injuries.
Parker Waichman LLP is offering free class action lawsuit consultations to consumers who purchased or were injured by one of the recalled Tassimo Single-Cup coffee makers involved in the February 2012 recall. If you or a loved one purchased this coffee maker, or sustained a burn injury because of a malfunctioning Tassimo Single Cup coffee maker, we urge you to contact Parker Waichman LLP today to discuss a potential Tassimo Single-Cup coffee maker recall class action lawsuit.
Tassimo Single-Cup Coffee Maker Defect and Injuries
At least 835,000 Tassimo Single-Cup Brewers were recalled in the U.S. on February 9, 2012. The Tassimo Single-Cup coffee maker recall also involved an additional 900,000 brewers in Canada. All of the recalled coffee makers use plastic discs, or T Discs, that are filled with coffee or tea to brew hot drinks. According to the recall notice, the brewer's T Disc can burst and spray hot liquid and coffee grounds or tea leaves onto consumers using the brewer and onto bystanders, posing a burn hazard.
At the time of the recall, the maker of the Tassimo Single-Cup Brewers had received 140 reports of incidents with the coffee makers spraying hot liquid, coffee grounds or tea leaves onto consumers, including 37 reports of second-degree burn injuries. One incident involved a 10-year-old girl from Minnesota who received second-degree burns to her face and neck and had to be hospitalized. Because of the dangers posed by the recalled Tassimo Single-Cup coffee makers, consumers should stop using them immediately.
How to Identify the Recalled Tassimo Single-Cup Coffee Makers
The Tassimo Single-Cup Brewers involved in the recall were those bearing the Bosch brand name and Tassimo Professional brewer. “BOSCH” and “TASSIMO” are printed on the front of the brewers. The Bosch coffee makers include those with model numbers starting with: TAS100, TAS200, TAS451, TAS46 and TAS651. The Bosh-brand coffee makers also bear date codes beginning with FD, and within the range of FD 8806 through 9109. The Bosch-brand brewers were sold in black, white, anthracite, gray, silver, red, titanium, and white/gray colors.
The Tassimo Professional coffee makers include those with model numbers starting with TAS6512CUL, and date codes beginning with FD, and within the range of FD 8905 through 9109. The Tassimo Professional brewers were only sold in black.
The recalled Tassimo Single-Cup coffee makers were sold at department, mass merchandise and home improvement stores nationwide and on various websites, including www.tassimodirect.com, from June 2008 through February 2012 for between $100 and $250. The Tassimo Professional model was sold directly to hotels and food service providers.
Tassimo Single-Cup Coffee Maker Recall Class Action Lawsuit Evaluation
If you or someone you know purchased or were injured by a Tassimo Single-Cup coffee maker involved in this recall, you may have valuable legal rights. To discuss you case with the class action lawsuit lawyers at Parker Waichman LLP, please fill out our online form, or call 1 800 LAW INFO (1-800-529-4636) today.