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High chairs recalled over falling risks

Posted on March 15, 2016 9:55 am under Defective Child Care Products

A recall notice issued by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission last month detailed the recall of infant high chairs made by Nuna Baby Essentials due to fall hazards. The arm bar on the chair apparently has a tendency to bend or detach while being used, which could lead to fall and injury risks to any children seated in these chairs.

In fact, the company has already been notified of 50 cases of the arm bar detaching, and six of those reports involved children falling from the high chair. Four injuries were noted, which involved a bruise and a cut on the forehead.

Approximately 5,600 units of the ZAAZ™ high chairs were affected by the recall. The affected model numbers, which are located on a white sticker under the seat, are:

  • HC-07-004 and HC-08-004 (Pewter)
  • HC-07-005 and HC-08-005 (Carbon)
  • HC-07-006 and HC-08-006 (Plum)
  • HC-07-009 and HC-08-009 (Almond)

Consumers are encouraged to stop using the defective arm chair. Free, new arm bars will be provided by the company to owners of these chairs.

If your child has suffered from injuries after using this or another faulty child care product, learn more about the legal rights and options available to your family by contacting the product liability lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® at (414) 271-0900 today.