Consumer Product Safety Commission Recalls Nearly One-Half Million High Chairs.

by Friedman & Ranzenhofer, PC on July 30, 2012

in Buffalo Defective Products - Product Liability

Buffalo parents of infants should be aware that the Consumer Product Safety Commission recently issued a recall of 455,000 high chairs due to the risk of injury to infants.  The recall involves a range of Chicco Polly high chairs sold in the United States between January of 2005 and July of 2012.

The danger associated with these high chairs involves pegs attached to the rear legs used for storage of the high chair’s tray when it is not in use.  Incidents involving children falling onto the pegs and suffering injury have been documented, leading to the recall.  While most of these injuries have not been serious, a handful have involved lacerations requiring medical attention.

The model number of recalled high chairs is included in the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s press release, which can be found at   If you own one of these chairs, you should contact Chicco at 1-800-807-8817 or www.chiccousa/pollykit.

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