On Wednesday, Infantino LLC, the California corporation that manufactures a variety of products for babies and children, recalled two products in its line of “baby slings”: the “Slingrider” and the “Wendy Bellisimo.”
In the wake of three reports of infant suffocation deaths resulting from the slings, the company is said to have recalled approximately 1 million of the slings. According to the recall poster available through the Infantino website, the company advises that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission “warns parents and caregivers on the use of slings with infants younger than four months of age due to a risk of suffocation.” The company has advised consumers to stop using the slings immediately and return them to the company for a replacement product.
If you or someone in your family has purchased and used one of the slings covered by the recall, and your infant was injured or you have concern about the possibility of an injury, please visit our firm’s website or call us. We want to hear your story, and we will help you evaluate whether or not you have a potential claim for damages.