Dallas Product Liability attorney reports that the CPSC has recalled cribs made by Simplicity between January 1998 and May 2007. Around 1 million units were sold in large department stores and children’s product stores worldwide.
According to the CPSC, it is possible that the drop-side can detach from the crib, which can, in consequence, create a dangerous gap and lead to entrapment and suffocation of infants. The drop-side failures result from both the hardware and crib design, which allow consumers unintentionally to install the drop-side upside down.If your child has been injured due to a manufacturing defect, contact the personal injury lawyer specializing product liability who are willing to bring serious lawsuits upon manufacturers and distributors of harmful products, such as these cribs.
Contributor: Amy K. Witherite – Texas Personal Injury Attorney, practicing Dallas Product liability lawyer – Amy is a frequent speaker at legal seminars on the topics of personal injury cases, trial strategies, and trial technique.News source: American Injury News 3100 Monticello, Suite 500
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