Cellino & Barnes Announces Class Action Lawsuit Against Crib Manufacturers
Cellino & Barnes is informing the public of a class action lawsuit that was filed by Charles Kelly, a San Francisco attorney, against Simplicity Inc., Target Corp. and Graco Children’s Products, Inc. after numerous incidents, including the death of 3 children, occurred due to a crib design flaw.
Just prior to the filing of this lawsuit, the U.S. Product & Safety Commission announced their largest recall of full-sized cribs. The recalled cribs include the Aspen 4 in 1 that was sold between 1998 and May 2007.
The lawsuit states that Simplicity should have warned customers of the dangers of the cribs and should have stopped selling them immediately.
Questions concerning why it took two years for the Consumer Product Safety Commission to recall the cribs have been circulating. A congressional hearing has been requested in this matter.
Ross Cellino urges “If your child or the child of a loved one has been injured as a result of the Aspen 4 in 1 crib or any other crib for that matter, please contact our office immediately. We are here to help you.”
About Cellino & Barnes
Cellino & Barnes is a nationally recognized personal injury law firm, with headquarters in Buffalo, New York.
Cellino & Barnes focuses strictly on personal injury cases, including auto accidents, medical malpractice, construction accidents, premises liability and more. In 2006 alone, Cellino & Barnes obtained settlements and verdicts in excess of $100 million for their clients.
“Our client’s have made us one of the largest personal injury law firm’s in New York State,” states attorney Stephen Barnes.
For more information about Cellino & Barnes visit www.CellinoandBarnes.com or contact us 1-800-483-2050.
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