BabyHome USA High Chairs Recalled Over Strangulation Hazard

The A&M TeamPersonal Injury

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a recall recently of more than 1,000 BabyHome high chairs, due to a design defect that may put children using the products at risk of strangulation. If you own a BabyHome high chair or another potentially defective baby product, and your child was injured or killed while using this product, consult our knowledgeable lawyers at Atkins & Markoff to explore your possible compensation options. You may have grounds to file a product liability lawsuit against the product manufacturing company, in order to pursue financial compensation for your child’s injuries, medical expenses, and pain and suffering. No baby product should put children at risk of serious injury or death. With our attorneys on your side, you can ensure that your legal rights are protected.

BABYHOME MODELS AFFECTED BY RECALL

The baby high chair recall affects “Eat” model high chairs in black, red, green, navy, orange, purple and brown, and the model number BH2104 can be found on a label on the back of the recalled high chairs. The word “babyhome” is printed on one leg of the chair and the word “eat” is printed on the opposite leg. The recalled high chairs measure about 36 inches high and 24 inches wide, and have a fabric seat with a metal frame and plastic tray. The BabyHome high chairs affected by the recall have the following lot numbers:

BH00301/01-2012
BH00303/07-2012
BH00304/09-2012
The defective high chairs were manufactured in China by BabyHome SA of Sabadell, Spain, imported by BabyHome USA, Inc., and sold at juvenile product stores nationwide, including Magic Beans, USA Baby and RC Willey, and online at Babiesrus.com, Amazon.com and Diapers.com. The baby high chairs were sold from March 2012 through February 2013 for about $150.

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Although there have not yet been any injuries reported in connection with the recalled BabyHome high chairs, the CPSC warns that the front opening between the seat bottom and tray may allow a child’s body to pass through and become entrapped at the neck. This could pose a strangulation hazard for young children that are not harnessed. According to the CPSC recall announcement, consumers should stop using the defective high chairs immediately and contact BabyHome USA to receive a free crotch restraint repair kit. If your child was injured while using a BabyHome high chair or another potentially dangerous children’s product, contact our product liability attorneys at Atkins & Markoff to discuss your legal options.