Certified Civil Trial Attorneys Investigating Child Injuries from Graco Strollers

The defective product lawyers at Keefe Bartels are investigating child finger injuries as part of the Graco stroller recall. When opening or closing certain Graco strollers, the stroller hinge can sever a child’s fingertip or the child can be cut on the fingertip. Serious child finger injuries from the Graco stroller have been reported in the United States. Parents, babysitters, and child guardians should be on alert for this serious risk of injury to the fingers of children from using the Graco stroller.

Child finger injuries caused by defective Graco strollers can devastate a family and we want to help. The lawyers at Keefe Bartels are Certified Civil Trial Attorneys and pursuant to New Jersey Court rules, we represent children at a reduced contingency recovery fee.

If your child or a child in your care has been injured by a Graco stroller please contact us immediately. We are available to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call us at 1-877-ATTY-24-7 or contact us [link to contact.asp for a free consultation.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) says the recalled Graco strollers pose a finger amputation and finger laceration hazard to children when opening or closing the stroller canopy. The strollers were sold at major United States retailers between October 2004 and December 2009. The CPSC is working to determine the steps needed to keep children safe around strollers. The Graco stroller recall includes certain models of the Graco Passage strollers, Graco Alano strollers, Graco Spree strollers, and Graco Travel Systems.