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Parents Should Stop Using Rock n’ Play Sleepers Right Away

Parents Should Stop Using Rock n’ Play Sleepers Right Away

“Rock n’ Play” sleepers have been a popular type of incline sleeper for infants for years, even as some parents reported injuries and even death to infants due to use of the sleeper. Now, under pressure from pediatricians and the Consumer Protection Safety Commission (CPSC), Fischer Price and parent company Mattel have announced a recall of the product. About 4.7 million sleepers have been recalled, and any parent using the Rock n’ Play should stop doing so immediately. If your child was injured by this product, contact a trusted product liability lawyer in Fayetteville right away.

Product Liability Claims

Companies like Fischer Price have the duty to ensure their products are safe for consumers. This means the following:

  • Products must be free of design defects
  • Products must be properly assembled according to the design and using adequate materials
  • Products must come with all necessary warnings of possible risks

When a company fails to meet any of the above standards, people can get hurt if the product malfunctions or if they do not fully understand the risks of using the product.

Numerous people often suffer injuries from a product before a company will issue a recall. Some consumers may not learn of a recall and may continue using a dangerous product. When injuries or deaths happen, manufacturers should be held liable for all losses of victims and their families. This includes medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, wrongful death, and more.

Contact a Product Liability Lawyer in Fayetteville Right Away

The Fayetteville personal injury attorneys at Overman & Overman help people affected by dangerous and defective products. These claims against large corporations are not simple, but we have the experience and resources to handle even the toughest cases. Call 770.626.5200 or contact us online if you would like to discuss an accident and injury for free.

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