Mima Moon 3-in-1 High Chairs Recalled for Two Separate Hazards

China manufacturers Sparklegate Industries and Mima International Limited are recalling approximately 1470 of their Mima Moon 3-in-1 High Chairs for two separate hazards that may cause injury to children who use them. The high chairs, which are made to adjust to newborn, high, and junior-high sizes, have been discovered to have seats that can loosen and dislodge, creating a falling hazard for children seated in the chairs. The chairs were also found to pose an impact hazard to children crawling beneath the chairs when the seats dislodge.

3 in 1 high chair recallDefective and dangerous children’s products and toys often result in serious injury or death to children who use them. Child-injury attorney Jeff Killino and his team of nationally respected defective-products lawyers have extensive experience with child-injury cases, including those arising out of injuries and deaths caused by defective toys and children’s products. If your child has been injured or killed in this manner, contact attorney Killino for more information about your legal rights and options.

Legal Responsibility for Children’s Injuries and Deaths Caused by Defective Children’s Products

High chairs, where many infants spend a great deal of enjoyable eating and play time, can pose serious risks of injury when designed or manufactured defectively. Defective high chairs are often found to cause children’s injuries through tipping, falling, and/or entrapment dangers created by faulty designs. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), children should be watched at all times while in high chairs, and high chairs that are unsteady should never be used.

Manufacturers and others involved in the production and distribution of high chairs and other children’s products may be held liable in products-liability personal-injury or wrongful-death actions for children’s injuries or deaths determined to have been caused by product defects. The types of defects that may result in such defendants’ liability include defects in products’ design, manufacture, and warnings.

When a children’s product, such as the Mima Moon high chairs subject to recall, are found defective and, therefore, unreasonably dangerous for children’s use, the manufacturer and other entities in the product’s chain of production and distribution may be held strictly liable for children’s injuries or deaths determined to have been caused by the product defect. The strict-liability form of products-liability action enables plaintiffs to establish defendants’ liability without having to prove negligence on the part of any of the defendants. Plaintiffs need only establish that the product was defective under products-liability law and that the defect was a cause of the accident victim’s legally compensable injury or death.

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The Child-injury Firms’s attorney Jeff Killino is known around the country for his dedication to helping the families of children who have been injured or killed due to defective children’s toys and products. If your child has been injured or killed through use of one of these products, our team of child-injury attorneys is ready to help you fight for the justice you and your child deserve.