The Consumer Product Safety commission announced seven new recalls during the past week. If you or someone you love has been injured by a faulty product, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at (800) 333-0000 to schedule a free consultation.
Prime-Line recalls outlet covers due to screws breaking
About 37,000 Prime-Line Outlet Covers and Safety Latches have been recalled after four reports of screws breaking, allowing children the ability to access the electrical outlets. The recalled outlet covers were made in China. See the recall.
Prime-Line recalls non-slip pads due to falling hazard
About 8,000 Prime-Line bathtub non-slip pads for children were recalled after a report that the pads do not stick properly to the bathtub, which can lead to slipping. The recalled non-slip pads were manufactured in China. See the recall.
Kohler recalls shower doors due to laceration hazard
About 100 Kohler Purist, Pinstripe, and Finial glass shower doors were recalled after discovery that the hinge panel of the shower door is capable of shattering. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The Kohler glass shower doors were made in the United States. See the recall.
Fisher-Price recalls toy wagons due to laceration hazard
About 236,000 Fisher-Price Little People Builders’ Load ‘n Go Wagons were recalled after seven reports of laceration injuries were reported, including 5 injuries requiring stitches or surgical glue. The Little People Builders’ Load ‘n Go Wagons were made in Mexico. See the recall.
phil&teds USA recalls strollers due to faulty brakes
About 9,525 phil&teds Explorer and Hammerhead strollers were recalled after eight reports of the brake mechanism failing. The phil&teds strollers were manufactured in China. See the recall.
Honeywell recalls thermostats due to burn hazard
About 77,000 Honeywell Electric Baseboard and Fan Heater Thermostats were recalled after receiving 16 reports of the thermostat melting. The Honeywell thermostats were made in Singapore. See the recall.
Bravo Sports recalls pogo sticks due to fall and laceration hazards
About 159,000 Disney-branded pogo sticks were recalled after 82 reports of the tip wearing out on the pogo stick, resulting in five injuries, including a child who fractured her skull. The Bravo Sports pogo sticks were made in China. See the recall.