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Recalled Defective High Chairs for 2011

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Daniel J. O'Brien
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When you buy a product for your family, it’s reasonable to assume that the manufacturer has constructed it in a safe way. However, many large corporations make errors when assembling products that can lead to injuries and even death. Defective high chairs can cause injuries to your baby by falling over or collapsing in on themselves. If this has happened to you, a Cherry Hill attorney could help you file a New Jersey dangerous products claim that will hold the manufacturer responsible for their negligence. 

2011 Recalled High Chairs

If you find that you have purchased a defective high chair, stop using it immediately and contact the manufacturer. 

  • phil&teds USA Clip-On Chair (recalled on August 17)
  • Target Circo Child Booster Seat (recalled on June 15)
  • Dorel Juvenile Infant, Convertible, and Booster Child Restraint System (recalled on February 15) 

If your child has been injured because of a recalled or defective high chair, you need to contact the manufacturer to let them know of the problem and to see if your child’s highchair has been recalled. Then call a Cherry Hill attorney to see if you have grounds to file a New Jersey dangerous product claim.

Help After a New Jersey Dangerous Product Accident

If your child has been severely injured in a Cherry Hill defective highchair accident, you shouldn’t have to suffer and pay for expensive medical bills that were caused by another person’s negligence. Contact a Philadelphia injury lawyer at White & Williams LLP today. We will provide a free, no obligation consultation on your case – 1-877-944-8396.

Category: Dangerous Products Cases

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