Thousands of dangerous baby walkers sold in the U.S. are being recalled by the company BebeLove.
According to reports, the recall affects at least 3,600 baby walkers manufactured by BebeLove. The Consumer Product Safety Commission mentioned that the recalled BebeLove walkers did not meet federal safety standards.
The commission said the walkers could cause serious harm or fatal injuries to babies. People who have bought a model #358 or #368 BebeLove baby walker should discontinue use and call (888) 464-1218 for a free repair kit.
Poorly designed products can cause serious harm to a loved one. If you or someone you know has been injured because of negligent manufacturing, you could be eligible for financial compensation. The attorneys at Spiros Law, P.C., represent injury victims in Danville. To learn more about the services that we can provide for you, call 217-443-4343.
In mid-December, IKEA recalled millions of childrens lamps because of the strangulation threat that they posed to children.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that 2.9 million “Smila” wall-mount lamps were affected by the recall. The recall was issued after one child reportedly died and another one was injured by strangulation. Both incidents occurred in Europe.
The lamp was sold worldwide from 1999 until May 2013. The lamps were manufactured in a variety of colors and shapes and ranged in price from $10 to $13. Consumers are advised not to use the lamps and to contact IKEA for a free kit to mount the cord on the wall.
Product manufacturers should be held accountable for the injuries that consumers sustain due to negligent manufacturing. If you or someone you know have sustained injuries in Danville due to another’s negligence, contact Spiros Law, P.C.. Learn how our experienced lawyers can help you by calling 217-443-4343.