The popularity of Keurig machines has exploded in recent years. With the holidays just having passed, it is likely several people received a Keurig coffee machine as a present. Last week, Keurig recalled more than 7 million of its coffee brewing machines after several reports of users getting burned from hot liquids spraying out. The Keurig Mini Plus machines made between 2009 and 2014 are the only models affected. There have been 90 reports of burn-related injuries. Keurig will send a free repair kit to affected machines that will fix the problem. It is recommended that until the repair is made, stand at least “an arm’s length away from the brewers and [do] not brew more than two cups in quick succession.” Keurig Mini Plus owners should check for a model number K10 and an identification number starting with “31” on the bottom of their machines.
There are a variety of safety defects that can affect consumer products and lead to severe injuries for users. We have the experience and technical resources to analyze your case, answer your questions, and pursue the compensation you deserve. If you or a family member has been injured from these machines, contact Portner & Shure for a free legal consultation or if you would like more information on personal injury accidents at (410) 995-1515 or visit us on the web at http://www.portnerandshure.com/Personal-Injury