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Evenflo Voluntarily Recalls Nearly 14,000 Booster Seats in the U.S.

By on October 15, 2010 | Posted in: Dangerous Products

Evenflo Company, Inc. is voluntarily recalling an estimated 14,000 child booster seats because of a crack that occurred in laboratory tests that were done in late September, according to the Office of Defects Investigation in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The company has not received reports of the crack or injuries occurring to consumers.

The recall affects Maestro Combination Booster Seats with model numbers starting with 310. The defective child restraint systems were among those built from November 2009 to April 2010. Another 4,479 seats made during roughly the same time frame are being recalled in Canada. Evenflo has assured consumers the defective child product will immediately be removed from store shelves.

To remedy the problem, Evenflo will be distributing a free bracket to reinforce the booster seat. To request the free reinforcement kit, visit the company’s website or call them toll-free at 800-233-5921.

If your child has been injured by a recalled product, you should consider retaining the services of a skilled Oklahoma dangerous products attorney. The lawyers at the Maples Law Firm have the necessary skills and resources to hold negligent child product companies liable for your child’s injuries. Call the Maples Law Firm for a free consultation today at 888-429-0609.

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Evenflo Voluntarily Recalls Nearly 14,000 Booster Seats in the U.S.

Evenflo Company, Inc. is voluntarily recalling an estimated 14,000 child booster seats because of a crack that occurred in laboratory tests that were done in late September, according to the Office of Defects Investigation in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The company has not received reports of the crack or injuries occurring to consumers.

The recall affects Maestro Combination Booster Seats with model numbers starting with 310. The defective child restraint systems were among those built from November 2009 to April 2010. Another 4,479 seats made during roughly the same time frame are being recalled in Canada. Evenflo has assured consumers the defective child product will immediately be removed from store shelves.

To remedy the problem, Evenflo will be distributing a free bracket to reinforce the booster seat. To request the free reinforcement kit, visit the company’s website or call them toll-free at 800-233-5921.

If your child has been injured by a recalled product, you should consider retaining the services of a skilled Oklahoma dangerous products attorney. The lawyers at the Maples Law Firm have the necessary skills and resources to hold negligent child product companies liable for your child’s injuries. Call the Maples Law Firm for a free consultation today at 888-429-0609.

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