Infant Teething Ring Recall

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a voluntary product recall. 7News is reporting that the recall is for Cool-it Soother teething ring made by Vulli. The CPSC says that the teething rings, if punctured, can cause bacteria and mold to grow inside the teether’s untreated liquid. This poses an ingestion hazard to infants and can cause diarrhea and vomiting. The Cool-it Soother teething ring is clear and is attached to a green handle in the shape of a mushroom. The product was sold in specialty children’s stores and online from January 2008 through November 2010.

If you are concerned that you have suffered an unnecessary injury or impairment due to the negligence of another or business, contact an experienced Denver injury attorney.

According to ExpertRecall.com, 2009 had the highest rate of infant product recalls in years. Consumers reported upwards of 2,500 product defects in 2009, nearly doubling the number of incidents in 2007. The recalls were for cribs, strollers, pacifiers, play yards and other baby products.

Speak with a dedicated Colorado personal injury attorney today if your child has been injured.  As we move through our lives we expect those around us to act in a responsible manner. But from time to time the people and businesses we come in contact with make mistakes or take dangerous situations for granted. When that happens we may be left with injuries or damages through no fault of our own. If you are concerned that you have suffered an unnecessary injury or impairment due to the negligence of another or business, contact Denver personal injury lawyer William P. Godsman today at 303-455-6900. He can provide a free case consultation and discuss with you your legal options for recovery.


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