Pack ‘N Play Sleeper Recalled by Graco

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Pack ‘N Play Sleeper Recalled by Graco

More than 51,000 Pack ‘N Play Sleepers have been recalled by Graco, a leading infant products company. The decision to recall the product comes on the heels of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Administration linking inclined infant sleepers with possible suffocation deaths. The government has proposed banning all such products, leading to a voluntary recall of Graco’s Pack ‘N Play.

Inclined Sleeper Accessories Also Recalled

It’s not just the Pack ‘N Play Sleeper being recalled. Any similar products offered as accessories are also included in the recall. Models impact include the Pack ‘n Play Day 2 Dream Playard with Bedside Sleeper, Graco Pack ‘n Play Nuzzle Nest Playard, Pack ‘n Play Everest Playard and the Pack ‘n Play Rock ‘n Grow Playard. If you believe you own one of the recalled products, heck to see if the model has been included in the recall. If it has, stop use immediately and contact Graco.

Why Inclined Sleepers are Dangerous

There have been multiple recalls over infant sleepers in the last few years. That’s because research has increasingly uncovered the dangerous link between inclined sleep and suffocation in babies. While an incline might lull a baby to sleep more easily than other positions, such angles can cause infants to roll over to their sides and stomachs and suffocate.

Companies are eager to distance themselves from such products after a reported 90 babies suffocated while using inclined sleepers. If you have a little one at home, take time to ensure that the products you use while caring for them are indeed safe for use.

Infant Inclined Sleeper Lawsuits

Statute of Limitations (Legal Deadlines)

There are strict legal deadlines (statute of limitations) for filing product liability lawsuits, so it’s important that you take action right away, as these cases tend to be incredibly complex. Protect your family’s right to justice and compensation. Give us a call at 877-544-5323 or send us an email to set up a free consultation to discuss your legal options.

Contact Our Legal Team

Families whose babies have suffered because of these inclined sleepers deserve justice. Many may opt to pursue legal action in the wake of such tragedy. A  Virginia defective baby products lawyer can help families suffering from such losses, going to bat for them against major baby companies like Graco.