Fisher-Price Recalls Rock ‘N Play
Posted on Jan 09, 2013
Over 800,000 Fisher-Price Rock ‘N Play Sleepers are being recalled due to mold issues. Raleigh personal injury lawyers at Brent Adams & Associates are notifying North Carolina families about the important Fisher-Price recall information.
Over a dozen infants have developed respiratory issues or hives due to the moldy sleepers from Fisher-Price. Mold develops between the removable seat cushion and the frame. If not cleaned often or dried properly, mold grows and infants are exposed to the spores while they sleep in the Rock ‘N Play.
Brent Adams & Associates’ North Carolina injury lawyers provide the latest recall information on products that affect families. From the Nap Nanny sleeper recall, to automobile recall news, we hope to spread the word to as many families as possible to prevent unnecessary injury and illness from happening to innocent people. Follow our Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ pages for the fastest updates. The Fisher-Price Rock ‘N Play Sleepers that are part of the latest recall have been sold in stores since 2009. Contact our Raleigh, Dunn or Fayetteville injury law offices if your infant has suffered infections or illnesses related to mold exposure from this product.