Britax strollers recalled as they may cause lacerations and amputations

Britax Child Safety Inc. is recalling about 216,000 single and double strollers after receiving eight injury reports, the Huffington Post revealed on January 30.

The recall was issued by the company following reports of severe lacerations, broken fingers, and a case of partial fingertip amputation. The affected products are B-Agile, B-Agile Double, and BOB Motion strollers sold between May 2011 and June 2013 online and at major children’s product stores nationwide. Prices are between $250 and $450.

At Morris James Personal Injury Group, our lawyers believe that people in Delaware who have been injured by ill-designed products such as these should seek justice and compensation from the product’s manufacturer. Call us at (302) 655-2599 if you would like to learn more about pursuing legal action against the maker of the defective product.

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