Injuries Occurring Even After Bumbo Baby Seats Were Recalled

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Many news sources have been reporting that a previous recall of the Bumbo Baby Seats hasn’t done much to protect babies from allegedly suffering major injuries. The Consumer Product Safety Commission has stated that parents should stay alert when having their infants on the recalled Bumbo Baby Seats since these items should never be used in elevated surfaces.

Reports of infants aged 3 to 10 months suffering injuries after falling from the recalled seats are still coming. Many have presented skull fractures and other allegedly life-threatening injuries.

According to the reports, there have been at least 45 incidents related to the misuse of the Bumbo seats. The last recall issued previously by the CPSC required that the manufacturers displayed visible warning signs advising the adults to never place their babies on this product while on elevated surfaces. More 17 reports of skull fractures surfaced even after the warning sign started to be used.

Since 2003, there have been 3.85 million seats manufactured by Bumbo Baby Seats International. The items were sold all over the United States.

As a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer and a parent, I understand that our children’s safety is a priority to all parents nationwide.

Personal injury attorneys in Los Angeles are always ready to answer your questions regarding cases that happened due to the negligence of companies that overlook the safety of their products.