Posted on Sep 4, 2020

The Perazzo Law Firm, P.A.

Sizzling Finale to Sticky Frying Pan Lawsuit.

TAMPA: A woman that had purchased a non-stick frying pan off an “As-Seen-On-TV” ad, settled independently rather than through a class action suit. In what began in New York as a lawsuit based on the grounds that the non-stick frying pan was in fact too sticky, ended in a Florida federal court. The case and its settlement were made public on August 28 with the specific terms unspecified publicly.
Apparently, the $20 Blue Diamond Enhanced Ceramic Non-Stick Pan, wasn’t up to par with the TV ad because every time the buyer, a Florida resident, used the pan to cook, the food got stuck to the non-stick pan’s surface. In return, the Cookware Manufacturer responded to customers that were dissatisfied with the non-stick pan by offering their money back or pan replacement through warranty. However, the Florida plaintiff chose to dispose of the non-stick pan & file suit. Unfortunately for the plaintiff, the judge handling the cases dismissed her claim due to:
-Breach of express warranty;
-Violation of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act
-Unjust enrichment.
-And more.
Nevertheless, the plaintiff presented her case to the Florida Deceptive & Unfair Trade Practices Act by stating that the description on the product’s packaging was misleading to consumers as food do indeed stick to the pan when cooking. The case is pending a ruling.


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