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Posted On 07/13/20

June Product Recalls

Every year, thousands of people suffer serious injuries due to defective products. Issues with a product’s design, manufacturing or marketing could lead to defects that pose significant risks to consumers – including burn, laceration, poisoning and strangulation risks. As a consumer, it is important to keep up with product recalls in case you purchased a dangerous item. If you already have injuries from a product defect, contact a Phoenix product liability lawyer for a free consultation about your rights. Fire and Burn Hazards New products appear on the recall list monthly for fire and/or burn injury risks. Electrical items often have defects that can lead to the product overheating or...

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Posted On 06/24/20

May Product Recalls 2020

Manufacturers and distributors are not always as careful as they should be in designing and producing consumer products. This leads to products with dangerous and often harmful defects. The Consumer Product Safety Commission keeps up with the latest known defective products to enhance buyer safety. It tracks product recalls announced by companies and federal safety organizations. Check the latest product recalls for May 2020 to find out if you have a dangerous item in your home. Essential Oils – Child Poisoning Hazard Several new essential oils made the May recall list due to a shared defect: caps that do not meet the federal child-resistant packaging requirement. These products contain chemicals...

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Posted On 01/17/20

December Product Recalls 2019

A recall means something is wrong with the product that could potentially harm consumers. The item may have encountered a problem in its design, manufacture or marketing that makes it unreasonably dangerous for use. Recalled products cause thousands of serious injuries per year, along with many deaths. Keeping up with recalled products can help you stay away from known health or safety risks. DaVinci Bassinets DaVinci recalled about 3,000 Bailey bassinets in early December 2019 for a potential fall hazard. The company stated the support legs on the item could break, potentially collapsing the bassinet and injuring infant occupants. DaVinci announced the recall after receiving 19 reports of the bassinet’s...

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Posted On 12/19/19

November Product Recalls 2019

A recalled product can wreak havoc for consumers. A recalled product may contain defects that make it highly dangerous for use, such as electrical malfunctions or a child strangulation hazard. Every year, product defects of all kinds cause thousands of consumer injuries and deaths. Keeping up with the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s new monthly product recalls could keep you and your family safe from defective items. Skacel Collection Knitting Needles A laceration hazard led to the brand Skacel Collection recalling about 270 units of its FlipStix knitting needles in early November. The company says the shafts of the needles may burst or split, potentially lacerating users. Its offered remedy is...

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Posted On 10/04/19

Nearly 1 Million Ridgewood Four-Drawer Dressers Recalled; Sold Exclusively at Kmart

The risk of residential appliances and furniture tipping over is a hidden danger of which manufacturers are full aware, yet dangerous products continue to be sold. In yet another example, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the furniture manufacturer Ridgewood Industries, Inc. of Canada has issued a recall on the Bellmont four-drawer dressers with plastic drawer glides.  The dressers were sold exclusively at  Kmart stores nationwide from April 2013 to November 2018 for about $40. The recalled dressers are unstable and can tip over if not anchored to the wall, posing serious tip-over and entrapment hazards that can result in death or injuries to children. Consumers should immediately stop using any recalled dresser that is not properly...

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Posted On 10/01/19

September Product Recalls 2019

A product recall means something is wrong with the item – something significant enough to potentially cause consumer injuries or deaths. The Consumer Product Safety Commission tries to protect consumers from defective and dangerous products by holding manufacturers to certain safety standards. It also warns consumers of defective products using its real-time product recall list. September’s additions to the recall list included children’s toys, lawnmowers, firearms and furniture. If you or a loved one were injured due to a defect product, speak with a product liability lawyer. Beaufort Bonnet Knit Dolls On September 3rd, the children’s toy company Beaufort Bonnet recalled about 4,500 units of its handmade knit dolls after...

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