Your children play with toys and use children’s products every day, and of course you would never buy them something that would harm them. But sometimes defective toys and children’s products are recalled because they have caused harm to children due to a company’s negligence. To help protect your loved ones, here are some of the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s children’s products recalls for April:
Carter’s Recalls Infant Clothing with Zippers Due to Choking Hazard
This recall involves eight styles of one-piece, footed cotton clothing for infants made by Carter’s. They have a zipper from the foot to the neck and were sold in sizes newborn, 3, 6 and 9 months. They were sold at OshKosh B’gosh, Walmart and Target from December 2012 through January 2013 for between $7 and $20.
If your infant uses this recalled item, you should immediately take the clothing away and return it to Carter’s for a full refund.
Small World Toys Recalls Spin-A-Mals Farm and Safari Puzzles Due to Choking Hazard
The small pegs on these puzzle boards can loosen and separate from the boards, posing a choking hazard for your child. The company has received four reports of pegs separating from puzzle boards, but no injuries have been reported yet.
The recalled products are Ryan’s Room brand Spin-A-Mals Farm and Spin-A-Mals Safari puzzles. Both puzzles are made of wood and consist of a painted, rectangular board with pegs mounted to it and removable gear and animal-shaped pieces. The puzzles were sold at toy stores and in catalogs from May 2012 through October 2012 for about $25.
If your child uses this recalled toy, you should immediately take the puzzle away and contact Small World Toys for a free replacement toy.
The stitched knit frog face and feet on these infant socks can detach, posing a choking hazard to your infant or young child, but no injuries have been reported yet.
The socks have a red ankle border with a lime green sock that has fabric feet and a dark green frog head stitched to the top of the toe of the socks. The socks were only sold at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store locations from January 2013 to March 2013 for about $7.
If your child uses these recalled socks, you should immediately take the socks away and return the socks to any Cracker Barrel Old Country Store for a full refund.
If you or your loved one were injured by a product, you deserve compensation for your emotional and physical trauma. Contact the experienced Dallas product liability attorneys at Crowe Arnold & Majors, LLP today and set-up your free, no-obligation consultation.