Keep Your Baby Safe By Reading About This Defective Product
There is nothing new about defective products. Rather, it seems that a new recall is brought to our attention every day, well, except for lately with the partial government shutdown. However, when the items can affect the health and well-being of little ones, the situation appears much worse. Parents go above and beyond in the line of duty to keep their children safe, but from time to time, the matter is out of their hands.
Products are supposed to be safe for consumer use once they reach store shelves. Sadly, that is not always the case though like with this fall hazard.
- Space Dye Cobalt
- Active All Seasons In Slate
- Space Dye Grey
- And Active Series-Pro 6-In-1
The caregiver can strap the baby into the carrier in the back or front position. Now, on to the bad part. The sliding chest-clip strap may detach from the shoulder strap. If this action occurs, the tot can fall and sustain injuries such as…
- Broken Bones
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Spinal Damages
- And More
The organization is contacting purchasers directly. However,
concerned persons can call their customer service department as well at 855-554-5531.
They will want to mention the recall number of 19-716 to get the most relevant
and up-to-date information. Should a person’s baby become injured, they might
wish to contact our D.C. products liability attorneys too.
D.C. Products Liability Attorneys Can Assist You
It may be possible for the consumer to obtain compensation for the infant’s injuries. The initial case evaluation with Wingfield, Ginsburg, and Lipp, P.C. is free. Plus, no fees have to be paid unless benefits are recovered. Our D.C. products liability attorneys will work hard to build a case and get the settlement that your family deserves. So, don’t get stuck paying for medical expenses that were no fault of your own. Instead, let the team fight on your behalf for what is right and just.