Personal Injury Lawyer - TheLawfirm.com

Free case review

1-855-464-0808
facebook logo google+ logo twitter logo youtube logo

Free Case Review

blank-spacer

 

Product recall list for the weeks of August 7-20, 2017

Product Recall

For the weeks of August 7 - 13 and August 14 – August 20, 2017, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the recalls of several consumer products, including a clothing, baby toys, and a cell phone battery.

Dan Post Boot Recall

The Dan Post Boot Company has recalled more than 7000 of its safety boots and shoes because they can fail to protect feet from falling sharp or heavy objects. Customers are advised to stop wearing the shoes and/or boots immediately, and to contact the company at www.danpostboots.com to receive a full refund.

Laura Ashley Dress Recall

The garment company Pastourelle, which makes items under the Laura Ashley banner, has recalled nearly 3000 of its girls’ dresses because the decorative flower petals on the garments can detach and pose a choking hazard to children. Customers are advised to remove the dresses from children immediately and to visit www.pastourelle.com to receive information about a full refund .

Biro Children's Soft Hammer Recall

Children’s products manufacturer BIRO has recalled about 1500 of its soft hammer rattles in the U.S., and another 190 in Canada. The reason for the recall is that the wooden rings on the rattles can crack, thereby posing a choking hazard. Customers are advised to take the rattles away from children right away, and to visit www.brio.us to obtain a refund or a replacement product of similar value.

FedEx Cellphone Battery Recall

The biggest and most headline-grabbing product recall of the week is that issued by FedEx Supply Chain for some 10,000 cell phone batteries intended for use in refurbished devices. The batteries can overheat, thereby posing fire and burn hazards. Consumers should turn off their cell phones and remove the batteries immediately. To receive a replacement battery and a postage-paid box to return the defective battery, customers should visit www.exchangemybattery.com.

If you or a loved one has been injured by any recalled product, contact TheLawFirm.com. If you believe you have a case against the manufacturer of a recalled product, contact The LawFirm.com. If you believe you have a case against the manufacturer of a recalled product, contact The LawFirm.com. Please contact us at 1(855) 464-0808 or for a free legal evaluation of your claims today!

Talk with a Personal Injury attorney now

TheLawFirm.com’s award winning lawyers have been featured in over 50 radio and television interviews including: tv station logos

Real lawyers, real results!

no recovery, no fee!

SHARE THIS