Williams-Sonoma Recalls Hot Chocolate Pots After Reported Injuries

Williams-Sonoma has recalled 28,000 Whirly Whip hot chocolate pots after eight consumers have reported injuries when the handles broke off during use, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). The CPSC has received 28 reports of the handles breaking off the pots. When the handles break off, they can pose laceration hazards, and expose users to potential burn injuries.

The Whirly Whip hot chocolate pots that have been recalled were sold separately with item number 2981454 or 4986535, or the Whirly Whip hot chocolate pot gift set with the item number 3021714. This item number can be found on the pot’s box, below the bar code. The pot is white with a red handle. The chocolate pots were sold nationwide in Williams-Sonoma stores from October 2010 through January 2011.

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury such as burning or scalding, or if a family member or someone close to you has suffered a wrongful death due to a dangerous and defective product, please contact us. We are here to answer your questions and discuss how to protect your legal rights. You can set up an initial consultation with one of the New England product liability lawyers at our Boston office by calling (617) 742-1900, or toll-free at 1-800-545-3732.

By James A. Swartz of Swartz & Swartz, P.C.Permalink

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