Category: Product Liability

Children’s Pajamas Recalled over Potential Flammability

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled a motorcycle-themed children’s one- and two-piece pajama set that fails to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear and poses a risk of burn injuries to children. The potentially dangerous product being recalled is made in China for Smooth Industries of Oceanside, Calif. … Continue reading

Product Recall Resource Center Herrman & Herrman

Herrman & Herrman, P.L.L.C., is proud to announce the launch of its new Product Recall Resource Center, where readers can find a wealth of information about every type of dangerous recalled consumer product. This information can help protect you and your family. Thousands of consumer products are recalled every year … Continue reading

IKEA Crib Mattress Recall

IKEA Recalls Crib Mattress over Baby Entrapment Danger Owners of IKEA baby cribs need to know that certain IKEA mattresses sold with the Swedish retailer’s cribs pose a potential suffocation danger and that the allegedly faulty products have been recalled. This Consumer Product Safety Commission says the recall involves about … Continue reading

Safety Issue with Glass Covers on Fireplaces

For many years, glass covers on certain types of fireplaces have been a potentially serious, yet widely unrecognized safety hazard to people of all ages. Due to the fact that these glass covers can reach temperatures between 500° F and 1,000° F, it only takes a matter of seconds for … Continue reading

High-Level Summary of GM Recall

Detroit News: GM down to 1 million cars that need ignition switch fix GM: Ignition Recall Safety Information GM: 2014 Year-to-Date North American Recalls Including Exports GM: Ignition Compensation Claims Resolution Facility FINAL PROTOCOL GM: GM Ignition Compensation Claims Resolution Facility Announces an Extension of the Claims Filing Deadline GM: … Continue reading

Fingertip Amputation Hazard Prompts Recall of 4.7 Million Graco Strollers

Stroller manufacturer Graco recently recalled about 4.7 million of its U.S. strollers due to a potential product liability risk of laceration or amputation, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). Another 202,000 Graco strollers have been recalled in Canada, and 10,300 in Mexico. The recall involves 11 models … Continue reading