As parents, we do a lot to keep our children safe. Thankfully, the government and makers of toys and baby products also try to keep children safe, even though more work can always be done. Mandatory and voluntary recalls are used by the government and toy and baby product manufacturers to inform the public about possible risks to children from items that may have already found their way into our homes. However, recalls are no substitute for abiding by consumer rules and regulations, proper research into safe methods of production, and satisfactory manufacture of toys and baby products. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury from a recently recalled toy or baby product, you might be entitled to recovery by bringing a Georgia personal injury claim. The best way to get the compensation you deserve is to schedule a consultation with the experienced Peachtree City personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Shane Smith as soon as possible.
What Toys and Baby Products Have Been Recently Recalled?
Some of the recent toys and baby products that have been recalled are:
- 2-26-14 – The Harvest Company is voluntarily recalling cork block toys because small pieces can break off.
- 2-20-14 – Eastman Footwear is voluntarily recalling children’s shoes because metal rivets can cause injury.
- 2-20-14 – Infantino is voluntarily recalling teething toys because parts can pose a choking hazard.
- 2-11-14 – Graco is voluntarily recalling child car seats because buckles may be difficult to unlatch.
- 2-6-14 – BebeLove is voluntarily recalling baby walkers because they failed to meet federal safety standards.
- 1-22-14 – Playtex is voluntarily recalling pacifier holding clips because the clip can crack and break off.
Contact a Coweta County personal injury attorney for a free consultation
If you or your child has suffered an injury from a recently recalled toy or baby product, you may be entitled to substantial compensation. To schedule a free consultation with one of our personal injury attorneys, please call our office today at (770) 487-8999.