Pottery Barn Kids is recalling about 12,000 Sweet Lambie crib bumpers after reports that children have become tangled in decorative stitching that had come loose. These defective products were sold in Pottery Barn Kids stores nationwide and online between April 2009 and July 2012. The Mobile personal injury attorneys at Long & Long have extensive experience in product liability cases, and we have helped families from across Alabama recover the financial peace of mind they need to cope with medical expenses and other damages. If you or a loved one suffered injury that may have been caused by a defective product, please call us at 251-432-2277 for your free case consultation.
One of the recently recalled Pottery Barn Kids Sweet Lambie crib bumpers.
The Pottery Barn Kids crib bumper recall affects Sweet Lambie bumpers with the model numbers 708859, 708917 or 7988348. The products feature cotton padded bumpers with embroidered lambs and trees, and they were designed to fit standard cribs. The model numbers appear on a tag affixed to the bottom edge of the crib bumpers. The tags of the impacted crib bumpers also feature the year and month of manufacture, which is depicted as “04/2009” through “07/2012.” Consumers with these crib bumpers should stop using them immediately. For additional information on this recall, please see the CPSC Pottery Barn Kids crib bumper recall page. If you or a family member was harmed by a potentially defective product, please contact Long & Long to schedule your complimentary case consultation. Our lawyers are proud to represent injury victims from the greater Mobile, Alabama, area and beyond.