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Popular children's product recalled

Many people depend upon certain products to help them complete their daily activities. Whether it is the alarm clock that is used to get out of bed or the car in the garage that will take the person to work, each of these goods performs an essential function.

While most of these items can be relied upon to perform as intended, in some cases, problems can arise. When goods start causing serious injuries or death, government agencies will examine the items in question to learn more about the potential defects. If the review concludes that the items are defective products, a recall may be initiated. A recent recall of a popular children's product, the Nap Nanny, has led to questions for many parents. 

The Nap Nanny is a recliner for infants, used mainly to help the child sleep. The product had been recalled once in 2010, which caused the company to modify the design, and change the warnings associated with the device.

The new recall comes after the product has been believed to have caused five infant deaths, along with reports of other serious injuries. The company that made the product has gone out of business, so consumers may not be able to receive any compensation for their purchase unless they bought the product at a specific retailer.

Some consumers have expressed sadness over the recall, as they believe the product is still safe. These parents are also encouraged to get rid of the Nap Nanny as soon as possible, because of the injuries that have been caused.

Individuals who have been injured because of a defective product may wish to consult an experienced products liability attorney to discuss the claims that may be available.

Source: U.S. News & World Report, "Nap Nanny recall: What you should know," Kimberly Palmer, June 18, 2013. 

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