Important Recall Notice: Fisher Price “Rock ‘N Play” Infant Sleepers are Off the Shelf

The Child Injury Firm has an important recall notice for consumers. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has recalled the Fisher Price “Rock ‘N Play” Infant sleeper following reports of mold in the product. According to the CPSC, the mold present in the infant sleeper can cause respiratory illness, breathing problems, and infections in […]

Nap Nanny Officially Recalled

We have an important follow-up to our recent story about the Nap Nanny baby recliner. Following a lawsuit filed by the federal government against the product’s manufacturer, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has partnered with four major retailers to recall the Nap Nanny baby recliners manufactured by Baby Matters, LLC. As mentioned in our […]

City Versa Stroller and Dunecraft Toy Recalls

In light of the recent tragedy in Newtown, Conn., we at the Child Injury Firm want to extend our condolences and sympathies to all the families affected. Never before has the safety of a child been on the minds of Americans more than in the aftermath of the Newtown shooting. In situations where a child’s […]

Tragic Death Prompts Recall of 220,000 Infant Travel Beds

Following an infant death and nine other reports of distressed or trapped children, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced a mass recall of a portable sleep tent model. KidCo Inc., a children’s safety equipment manufacturer, recalled 220,000 Pea Pod Travel Cribs after the CPSC determined an infant could be caught between the fabric […]

2012 Infant Tylenol Recall: J&J Recalls Consumer Product over Bottle Design Flaws

According to the Wall Street Journal, Johnson & Johnson has recalled approximately 574,000 bottles of over-the-counter infant’s grape-flavored Tylenol—the entire U.S. supply—due to a flaw in the design of the bottle. Consumers complained of trouble using the SimpleMeasure™ dosing system that included a syringe. To measure the proper dose, parents were instructed to insert the […]

Recent Child Product Recalls

In the midst of all the dangers of our modern world, household hazards can be a major issue for you as a parent, especially when the mobility and curiosity of a young child is taken into consideration. Faulty or ill-made toys and products are not only a frustration and inconvenience but also a direct danger […]

Build-A-Bear Fined $600,000 for Defective Toy Chair

A warning to parents this holiday season concerning a popular beach chair made specifically for children.  Build-A-Bear Workshop will have to shell out $600,000 to settle allegations concerning possible dangers of the toy, including fingertip amputation. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued the fine. The CPSC says the company, which is based in St. […]

Drop Side Cribs Are Now Illegal to Sell or Manufacture

We have important information to tell you about regarding drop-side cribs. Starting June 28, 2011, these types of cribs will no longer be able to be sold or made in America. This goes for not only retail stores, but also second-hand and thrift stores. Non-drop side cribs will also have to observe new and more […]

Dorel Juvenile Group (DJG) Safety Seat Recall

We have very important information to tell you about regarding child restraint systems. Almost 800,000 child safety seats are being recalled. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued the recall today and says it involves booster, convertible and infant seats made by Dorel Juvenile Group (DJG). The company is based out of Columbus, Indiana. The […]

Baby leg warmers and socks recalled

In the midst of the holiday season we have an important recall to tell you about involving a certain type of baby product. The Consumer Product Safety Commission along with Baby United LLC dba Babylegs, of Seattle, Washington, is recalling BabyLegs brand leg warmers and socks. The product contains a small ornament shaped like a […]