Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper Lawsuits
If you have lost a child to a Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper, or believe this product to be the cause of death, there are currently Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper lawsuits that may enable you to recover monetary compensation. Although no amount of money can turn back the time, it may help you to feel like you have gotten justice against a large company who might have known about the dangers to the popular Rock n’ Play Sleeper.
The Background of the Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper
The Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper was launched in 2009 by Fisher Price and Mattel. It is a popular product that is sold around the world and advertises that it is suitable for “all night sleep”. The sleeper sits at an incline and moves. It holds the baby by 3 point harness, and has a small amount of padding. The earliest death that has been thought to be attributed to the sleeper dates back to 2011 and involves a 2 month old who died from asphyxia. Other deaths include a 9 day old boy and a 1 month old girl. Fisher Price and the Consumer Product Safety Commission has noted that they are aware of at least 10 deaths that may have resulted from the product. A Consumer Reports investigation claims there are at least 32 deaths since 2011.
Despite warnings being released by Fisher Price and the CPSC, the product was not recalled until only recently. Sadly, there have been a number of babies who might have lost their life because of a product that was not safe.
If you are the parent of a child who died, or was injured, after using the Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper, there are currently Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper lawsuits that may enable you to recovery damages.
What You Should Know About the Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper Lawsuits
- The Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper was recalled in 2019
- Since 2011, there have been at least 32 deaths that are linked to the product
- The CPSC has issued a warning to users of the product, saying that it should not be used after the child turns 3 months, or exhibits signs of rolling over – whichever comes first.
- Even with this warning, many of the deaths involve children who are younger than 3 months.
- This is the second recall of the Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper
Who Can File a Lawsuit?
If you are the parent, legal guardian, or otherwise caregiver of a child who tragically lost their life while using a Rock ‘n’ Play Sleeper, you may have the right to file a lawsuit against Fisher Price. As of this time, these cases are relatively new which means you need to have the right lawyer on your side.
The Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper lawsuits are relatively new. As of this time, product liability lawyers from Wieand Law Firm, LLCare investigating potential cases and advising parents, or guardians, what to do next. If you have lost a child and you believe this product was the cause of the death, please call Wieand Law Firm, LLC to learn about the Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper lawsuits.
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