Posted April 22, 2019 | News
If you have recently hear about the Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper lawsuits, the following is a general overview of what you should know. At any time, you can consult a lawyer to find out more.
In April 2019, the Consumer Product Safety Commision (CPSC) issued a warning and a recall for the popular Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper after at least 32 deaths have been linked to the product. If you lost a child, and you believe it was due to this sleeper, there are Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper lawsuits under way.
We, at Wieand Law Firm, LLC,are currently investigating Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper lawsuits and claims. For a free case review, please call us as soon as possible.
Tragedy Like This Should Not Have Happened. We Are Here For You.
If you are the parent of a child who died in a Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper, we know that you likely have unanswered questions. When you feel the time is right, and you are ready to pursue justice, we are ready to help you.
These are some of the questions you might have on your mind. In conjunction with these things, you might be feeling an enormous amount of emotions and grief. As a lawyer for Fisher Price defective products, we are ready to provide you with the answers to these questions and any legal support you might need. For a consultation with a lawyer who cares, call Wieand Law Firm, LLC.
32 Deaths of Infants Since 2011
Since an investigative report has come out, the Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled the Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper. This recall took many parents by surprise as the product is one of the most popular sleepers on the market. The recall, on April 12, 2019 came just days after the American Pediatric Association raised concerns to the CPSC about the high number of infant deaths.
Now, there are questions for Fisher Price, with the main one being, did Fisher Price know about the risk of the sleeper, and why was it not recalled sooner. After all, the first death linked to the product dates back to 2011; just two years after the initial release.
The Big Issue with the Fisher Price Sleeper
On April 8, 2019, the CPSC issued a warning stating the sleeper should not be used after a child turns 3 months of age, or begins to rollover, whichever one comes first. However, most of the infant deaths involved children who were less than 3 months old.
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If you are a parent of a child who tragically lost their life while using the Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper, and you would like to know more about the Fisher Price Rock’n’ Play Sleeper lawsuits, or would like to talk with a legal advocate about what happened, please know that you can call us anytime.