Skip Hop Recalls High Chairs due to Fall Risk

The well-known children’s manufacturer, Skip Hop, has recalled 10,000 of their convertible high chairs.

The recall has been issued due to a potential fall hazard.  The high chair’s front legs can fall off, causing a child to fall.  The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), has reported that Skip Hop has received 13 reports of the legs detaching from the high chair. Two bruising injuries have been reported at this time.

How to know if your high chair has been recalled

The recalled high chair is Skip Hop’s charcoal colored Tuo Convertible High Chair. The high chairs were sold at Babies R Us, Target, Buy Buy Baby and more stores from December 2016-September 2017 and retailed for $160.00.

The model numbers are 304200 and 304200CN with a date code found on the back of the chair of: HH102016, HH11/2016, HH3/2017 and HH4/2017.

If your high chair has been affected by the recall, the CPSC urges you to discontinue using the high chair and to contact Skip Hop for a free replacement.

Recovering compensation after an injury from a defective product

It is a manufacturer’s responsibility to make sure their products are safe for consumers.  If someone is injured due to a defective product, a product liability claim may exist.  A claim may be pursued to pay for damages caused by the defective product such as medical bills, missed time from work and pain and suffering. 

If you or someone you know has been seriously injured by a defective product, it is important to contact a personal injury attorney to review your rights.  Call 412-661-1400 to schedule a free consultation with a personal injury lawyer in Pittsburgh at Berger and Green today.

 Source: abc27.com, “Skip Hop recalls convertible high chairs.”