Five recalls were announced this week by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. If you or a loved one has been injured by any recalled or defective product, contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at (800) 333-0000 for a free consultation.
Matilda Jane recalls dress due to choking hazard
About 1,500 Matilda Jane Chelsa Girl’s Dresses were recalled after one report of a button came off the dress. The Chelsa Girl’s Dress is made in China. See the recall.
Bravo Sports recalls pogo sticks due to serious injury risk
About 169,000 Bravo Sports pogo sticks were recalled after 123 reports of either the pogo stick’s frame tube breaking or a pin holding the spring in place breaking. Nine injuries have been reported, including chipped teeth, stitches, and a tooth being knocked out. The pogo sticks were manufactured in China. See the recall.
Parigi recalls jeans due to choking hazard
About 1,600 girl’s jeans for toddlers were recalled by Parigi Group after it was discovered that the decorative sequins and rhinestones on the jeans can pose a choking risk. No incidents have been reported with this product. The jeans were made in China. See the recall.
Kawasaki Motor recalls blowers due to fire hazard
About 3,500 gasoline-powered backpack blowers from Kawasaki Motor Corp. were recalled after it was discovered that the gasoline tank can split and leak fuel, posing a fire hazard. No incidents have been reported with this product. The backpack blower was made in Japan. See the recall.
Maruyama U.S. recalls blowers due to fire hazard
About 18,750 gasoline-powered backpack blowers and Mister Dusters are being recalled after Maruyama received 25 reports of leaking tanks. These blowers were made in Japan. See the recall.