A number of children’s products—including strollers and bath seats—have been recalled this week because they pose a serious risk of injuries to infants, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). If your child suffered an injury that you believe may have been caused by a defective product, the Mobile, Alabama, attorneys at Long & Long are here to hold the responsible parties accountable and fight for the financial peace of mind you need to cope with medical expenses and other costs. Please call us at 251-432-2277 for your free case consultation.
In cooperation with the CPSC, Kolcraft is recalling about 96,000 Jeep Liberty strollers because the inner tubes can rupture and cause the wheel rims to fracture and eject. The CPSC has received at least 18 reports of injuries associated with these strollers, including lacerations to children. The recalled Kolcraft Jeep Liberty strollers were sold at Burlington Coat Factory, Sears and Toys R Us stores nationwide, as well as online and at independent children’s specialty stores between June 2010 and June 2013. For additional information on the recalled strollers, please see the CPSC Kolcraft stroller recall page.
Baby Bath Seats Recalls
BeBeLove has recalled about 5,600 E-Zee bath seats designed for children between 5 and 10 months of age because they fail to meet federal safety standards and can tip over during use, posing a risk of drowning to infants. BeBeLove E-Zee bath seats were sold on Amazon.com, Overstock.com, Diapers.com and other online retailers from May 2011 through November 2012. For more information on these bath seats, please visit the CPSC BeBeLove bath seat recall page. Chelsea & Scott has recalled nearly 2,000 of its baby bath seats because they also fail to meet federal safety standards and present a risk of drowning to infants.
These bath seats were sold exclusively at OneStepAhead.com. Please see the CPSC Chelsea & Scott baby bath seat recall page for more details. Approximately 34,000 baby bath seats imported by Liberty Procurement and sold at Buy Buy Baby and Bed Bath & Beyond retail stores and online have also been recalled because they fail to meet federal safety standards. These baby bath seats include the Idea Baby-brand models sold from September 2012 through April 2013. For additional information on these baby bath seats, please see the CPSC Buy Buy Baby bath seat recall page.
The recalled Idea Baby bath seat sold at Buy Buy Baby and Bed Bath & Beyond.
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