The number of Fisher-Price Rock n' Play Sleeper Defective Product lawsuits are on the rise, and if your family lost a child after using this defective product, contact us at McEldrew Purtell without delay. Our legal team has the experience and resources necessary to successfully fight this corporate subsidiary on behalf of grieving parents. A lawsuit cannot turn back time but it can send a message that a company cannot knowingly sell a product that is harmful to its users. Gross negligence is not acceptable, and taking legal action in the form of lawsuits against the Fisher-Price Rock n' Play Sleeper defective product is a way to get justice. A substantial settlement from the manufacturer can also ease the financial burden that families may suffer in the wake of losing a loved one. Contact our office today to learn more about how we might be able to assist your family during this difficult time. How do I file defective product lawsuits against Fisher-Price after their Rock n' Play Sleeper harmed my child? At least 32 infant deaths are linked to the use of Fisher-Price’s Rock n' Play Sleeper. The primary issue is that the product allows a child who is capable of rolling over while sleeping to asphyxiate. Product liability laws are intended to protect consumers from dangerous products. When a consumer uses a product in the manner as specified by the manufacturer, and if that product causes harm as a result, the manufacturer may be held liable for the consumer’s damages. McEldrew Purtell represents injured victims and surviving family members who lost a loved one in a fatal accident. Call us to schedule a free and confidential case review to learn if you are eligible to file one or more Fisher-Price Rock n' Play Sleeper defective product lawsuits against the culpable parties. What is involved in filing lawsuits against Fisher-Price for their Rock n' Play Sleeper defective product? When McEldrew Purtell takes a case representing parents who lost their child due to a defective product, our lawyers will determine who should be held liable. There may be more than one culpable party. After we identify who should be held accountable for our client’s loss, we may do the following:
- Build a damage claim that includes proof of liability and a detailed accounting of the resulting damages, with an assessed value for each type of damage.
- Submit the claim to the responsible party or parties.
- If the settlement offer from the responsible party is too low, our attorneys will enter into negotiations with the company to arrive at a fair amount. If the company refuses to negotiate in good faith, McEldrew Purtell may initiate a lawsuit against them.
- If the client’s case advances to the courtroom, we will argue the case in front of a jury.
If you are considering filing one or more lawsuits against Fisher-Price for their Rock n' Play Sleeper defective product, contact us at McEldrew Purtell to learn how we can help you.