The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of injury or death associated with the use of thousands of types of consumer... Read more
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has approved new federal mandatory safety standards for children’s play yards. The requirements will include latches and locks that prevent the play ya... Read more
Lawyers in our firm have learned that an electric hunting vehicle, known as the Bad Boy Buggy, has some very serious design flaws. Our firm is currently handling a case involving a serious i... Read more
About 21,000 inflatable water slides for in-ground pools, sold at Walmart and Toys-r-us, have been recalled. This came after the death of a 29-year-old mother in Colorado. The Consumer Produ... Read more
A tremendous number of baby products, including pint-size hammocks, recliners and some bassinets, aren’t subject to federal or even industry standards. It was pointed out in USA Today... Read more
Toy recalls have been declining since a tough new product-safety law was enacted in 2008. There were 34 toy recalls in the 2011 fiscal year, which ended September 30th, down from 172 in 2008... Read more
Even though Halloween will have come and gone before this issue is read, I felt that the following recall should be brought to the attention of our readers. Last month, Target recalled about... Read more
Praised by consumer advocates and denounced by manufacturers, a new federal database for safety complaints about everything from baby gear to household appliances is facing its first legal c... Read more
Bumper pads should not be used in cribs because babies can suffocate against or be strangled by the popular bedding product. The American Academy of Pediatrics has set the guideline for its... Read more
A rather serious safety problem exists in this country and unfortunately it gets very little media attention. For example, about ten people lose a finger or have a hand mangled in a table sa... Read more
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