Recently Recalled Childrens Products

Every year thousands of children are injured by dangerous products. Dangers can range from flammability to suffocation risk to choking dangers. When a product is discovered to be dangerous, it is the obligation of the manufacturer and the Consumer Product Safety Commission to issue a recall. Thousands of children’s products are taken off the shelves every year. Here are some recently recalled children’s products.


Children’s Clothing from Target—December 2020

On December 30, 2020, Target recalled 480,000 of its infant rompers and swimsuits for infants and toddlers. The company received 16 reports of fasteners on the rompers becoming detached or missing. It resulted in scratches and pinching injuries to children. The detached fasteners also posed a choking hazard. Target instructed consumers to return the items to their stores for a full refund.


Graco Recall of Pack n Play Accessory—December 2020

On December 16, 2020, Graco recalled thousands of its inclined sleeper accessory that was included as part of several models of its Pack n Play playard. The company was concerned about infant fatalities linked to other inclined sleeper products. Infants could roll from their backs onto their stomachs or sides and become asphyxiated.


Washington Shoe Company Recall of Light Up Rain Boots—December 2020

On December 9, 2020, the Washington Show Company recalled thousands of its Western Chief Toddler Light-Up Rain Boots. The rivets used to attach handles to the boots were easily detached and posed a dangerous choking risk.


Zinus Bunk Bed Recall—November 2020

On November 12, 2020, Zinus recalled thousands of their Metal Bunk Beds. It was discovered that the welds securing the upper bunk could easily come apart, causing a collapse, which was a fall and crush risk.


Target Recall of Toddler Boots—November 2020

On November 4, 2020, Target recalled thousands of its Cat and Jack “Himani” and “Jaren” toddler boots. The toggles on the boots were easily dislodged and posed a choking risk.


Not all product recalls hit the news. You can keep your family safe by staying on top of product recalls. A database of recalls can be found on the CPSC website.


Contact a Product Liability Attorney

If your child has been injured by a dangerous and defective product, you should have an experienced attorney evaluate your case. At Bonina & Bonina, P.C., we have been helping the victims of dangerous products for over 50 years. Contact us online or call us at 1-888-MEDLAW1 to schedule your free consultation. Home and hospital visits are available. Se habla español.