As parents and guardians know, a lot goes into childcare and parents are always working to provide their children with the best care possible. Among these many needs includes healthy nutrition, cleanliness and proper hygiene, and helping them learn and expand their minds. For all of these needs there are many children’s products available at local which caregivers need to frequently purchase for their children.
When these products are damaged, contaminated, or defective, instead of helping children, the products may put them in danger of injury or sickness. When a child suffers injury or illness from such a product because a company negligently placed a dangerous good in the marketplace, the caregiver may be able to hold the company, store, and/or manufacturer liable through a product liability lawsuit.
The Huffington Post reported that there has been a recall on a popular baby wipes brand out of concern for contamination. Nutek Disposables, Inc. issued the voluntary recall at the retail level for wipes were sold under various brand names such as Cuties, Fred’s, Diapers.com, Femtex, Member’s Mark, Kidgets, Sunny Smiles, Simply Right, Well Beginnings, and Tender Touch. These brands are commonly found at Sam’s Club, Family Dollar, and Walgreens.