Fisher Price Recall: More Baby Sleeper Deaths Reported
URGENT UPDATE (April 12, 2019): The CPSC and Fisher-Price have announced a full recall on all Fisher-Price Rock n’ Play baby sleepers after 30+ infant deaths reportedly linked.
***This story is evolving quickly. Please stay tuned to this blog, the Riddle & Brantley Facebook Page, the CPSC website and Mattel / Fisher Price recall page for more information. If a child close to you has been injured or died while using the Rock n’ Play sleeper, contact our product liability attorneys for a free case review.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Fisher-Price have issued a warning to consumers and total recall following the 10th reported infant death associated with the Rock n’ Play sleeper. According to the CPSC, more than 30 infants have died while using the sleeper since 2015. The deaths allegedly occurred “after the infants rolled from their back to their stomach or side, while unrestrained.”
On April 12, 2019 Fisher-Price issued a full recall on the product.
If you or a loved one’s child has been injured or died while using a Fisher-Price Rock n’ Play sleeper or other similar product, our product liability lawyers are actively evaluating these cases. Please contact us for free consultation at 1-800-525-7111 or complete the form below.
When is an infant at risk?
Fisher-Price specifically warns parents, guardians, and caretakers to stop using the Rock n’ Play baby sleeper when the infant is able to roll over — generally around 3 months. The company and CPSC also advise consumers to use restraints with any infant inclined sleep products like the Fisher-Price sleeper.
Where can I find more information on the Fisher-Price recall?
If you own a Fisher-Price Rock n’ Play baby sleeper, stop use immediately. You can find more information on the recall here:
We will also be posting updates to the Riddle & Brantley Facebook page as the situation develops.
Do you need a product liability lawyer?
At Riddle & Brantley we believe no parent, guardian, or caretaker should fear for their infant’s safety. Our product liability lawyers have experience handling cases such as injury or death associated with the Fisher Price baby sleeper, and we are ready to represent you and your loved ones.
If you or a loved one’s child has been injured or died using a defective or inaccurately labeled product, contact us for a free consultation. You deserve justice and may be entitled to compensation.
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