Child-injury Attorney Jeff Killino Warns Parents of Crib Monitor Cord Strangulation Hazard

On July 24, 2014, Mayborn USA, Inc. recalled approximately 25,000 of its baby monitors in the United States and another approximately 3,500 in Canada for a strangulation hazard. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the baby monitors, called Tommee Tippee Movement and Sound Baby Monitors with Sensor Pad, have a ten-foot cord […]

Child-injury Attorney Jeff Killino Warns Parents of Dangers of Beanbag Chairs

On August 22, 2014, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the recall by Ace Bayou Corp of 2.2 million beanbag chairs for suffocation and choking hazards after two children died from suffocation in the chairs. According to officials at the CPSC and Ace Bayou, the chairs contain two zippers that can be opened […]

Attorney Jeffrey Killino Helps Families of Children Injured by Defective Toys and Other Children’s Products

Children across the country are injured every day from defective toys and other products designed specifically for use by children. The law holds manufacturers of products responsible for their safe construction and design. When a product is designed for use by children, this responsibility is especially important. Many toys and children’s products have been found […]

Attorney Jeffrey Killino Helps Families of Children Who Have Been Injured by Inflatable Play Equipment and Other Children’s Products

Several bounce-house accidents have recently made national news, reminding parents once again of the dangers posed by children’s inflatable play equipment. One of these recent accidents involved a bounce house that was reportedly disengaged from its moorings by a gust of wind and lifted more than 50 feet in the air with three children inside. […]

Child-injury Attorney Jeff Killino Recovers Compensation for Children Injured by Recalled Children’s Products Such as Graco Car Seats

On July 2, 2014, Graco’s Children’s Products recalled 1.9 million infant car seats. The combined recall of the 1.9 million infant seats with the 4.2 million toddler seats the company recalled earlier in the year amounts to the largest recall of children’s car and safety seats in American history. The most recent recall came after […]

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