Product recalls are often made after a company has made a tremendous profit at the detriment of the consumer. Please read the list in it's entirety to ensure your family is protected.

Unfortunately, far too many companies keep placing profits ahead of safety, not always properly testing their goods or being sure they’ve issued accurate content descriptions. This is one reason why the U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) works closely with manufacturers and distributors to immediately recall products once dangers are discovered.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) also stays involved to help alert parents and other consumers about food products that may harm their young children or other family members.

If your child has suffered serious harm after using one of the products named below, you’ll need the help of an experienced attorney to review your claim. Fort Worth products liability attorney Tom Hall is board certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He’s been defending children like yours in Texas courts for over 25 years.

You can reach the Fort Worth Law Offices of Tom Hall today by calling: 1-817-831-6100. Ask to schedule your FREE consultation.

Our firm has created a new list of recalled products and foods. We publish these listings to help you take the best care possible of your children.

Recently Recalled Products and Foods that May Harm Your Infants or Older Children

  • Graco Strollers:  Some Models Can Cause Fingertip Amputations. Eleven different models of these strollers feature hinges that can seriously pinch children’s fingers – causing either lacerations or partial amputations. The eleven model names are: Aspen, Breeze, Capri, Cirrus, Glider, Kite, LiteRider, Sierra, Solara, Sterling and TravelMate Model Strollers and Travel Systems;
  • Evenflo Embrace 35 Car Restraints. These “two-piece, rear-facing infant restraints” feature a buckle that can get stuck, making it hard to unlatch it when it may be necessary to quickly remove a child from a vehicle;
  • McDonald’s “Hello Kitty” Whistles. If the parts of these whistles detach, they can pose serious choking and breathing hazards to young children;
  • Leatherman’s Multi-Tool Made for Children. The knife blade can be “released” unexpectedly, posing serious risks of cuts and lacerations;
  • Nutek Disposable Baby Wipes. Oddly enough, some of these baby wipes designed to help “clean up” babies may actually contain harmful bacteria. Be sure to carefully read this warning to see if it involves any wipes you’ve recently purchased or used;
  • Hoppe’s Cleaning Fluid Has a Poorly Functioning Child-Restraint Closure. Always be sure to personally try and open every bottle or container that’s supposed to prevent kids from being able to reach the contents. As this semi-auto gun bore product indicates, some closure caps and lids are not safe. This company received “one report of a child opening a loose cap and spilling the product on himself;”
  • Undisclosed Peanut Allergy Risk Tied to Kroger Ice Cream. If your child or anyone in your family has a serious peanut allergy, be sure you haven’t purchased any Private Selection Denali Extreme Moose Tracks Ice Cream. Apparently, this product may contain peanuts not declared on the label.

The Fort Worth Law Offices of personal injury attorney Tom Hall can help you if your child has been harmed by any of these products. Mr. Hall is board certified in personal injury trial law and has been defending children in these types of product liability cases for over 25 years. He can meet with you to determine if the facts of your case will support the filing of a lawsuit on behalf of your child.

You can contact Fort Worth products liability attorney Tom Hall today by calling 1-817-831-6100. Ask to schedule your FREE consultation. 

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