Graco Pack N Play Lawsuit

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While the Graco Pack n Play product is considered safe, the infant inclined sleeper attachment devices – model numbers 2034085, 2048753 and 2053215 – have been linked to a number of infant injuries, including fatal injuries.

The Graco Pack n Play has not been recalled. However, the inclined sleeper accessories Day2Dream (model #2034085), Playard (model #2048753), and Bedside Sleeper (model #2053215) have been recalled due to a product defect that puts infants at risk of serious and potentially life-threatening injuries.

If your child suffered an injury due to the Graco Pack n Play infant inclined sleeper attachments Day2Dream (model #2034085), Playard (model #2048753), or Bedside Sleeper (model #2053215), you may qualify to participate in the Graco Pack n Play injury lawsuit.

A design defect in the infant inclined sleeper attachments Day2Dream (model #2034085), Playard (model #2048753), and Bedside Sleeper (model #2053215) put infants at risk of serious and potentially life-threatening injuries.

Graco Pack ‘n Play Recall

Graco recalled more than 50,000 inclined sleepers for Pack ‘n Play playards after reports of nearly 100 babies suffocating to death in similar products. On December 16, Graco announced a Safety Recall for approximately 51,000 inclined sleeper accessories for certain Pack ‘n Plays. Graco is offering cash refunds ranging from $45 to $70 for the inclined sleeper accessory. Consumers can still use the Pack ‘n Play playard, changing station, and bassinet without the inclined sleeper accessory.


Which Graco Pack ‘n Play products were recalled?

The recall involves the following Pack ‘n Play products:  

  • Graco Pack ‘n Play Day2Dream Playard & Bedside Sleeper – Sold from November 2017 to September 2020 – Model 2034085, 2048753 and 2053215
  • Graco Pack ‘n Play Nuzzle Nest Playard – Sold from May 2015 to December 2018 – Model 1947177 and 1896392
  • Graco Pack ‘n Play Everest Playard – Sold from September 2015 to December 2018 – Sold from September 2015 to December 2018 – Model 1946902 and 1946903
  • Graco Pack ‘n Play Rock ‘n Grow Playard – Sold from December 2019 and April 2020 – Model 2105055

Graco Pack ‘n Play Injuries & Fatalities

There have been no reported infant injuries or fatalities in these Graco inclined sleepers that have been recalled. However, out of an abundance of caution and in accordance with new safety regulations, Graco asks consumers to immediately stop the use of the inclined sleeper accessory.



Other Recalled Graco Products

On January 29, Graco recalled more than 113,000 Little Lounger Rocking Seats. They were sold nationwide at Target, Babies R Us, and other stores from 2013 through 2018, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Though no injuries have been reported from this specific product, infant fatalities have been reported with other manufacturers’ inclined sleep products.

Graco’s care station playard has not been officially recalled by the manufacturer. Although, a House of Representatives committee is asking Graco to consider recalling the product, citing dozens of infant deaths that have been tied to inclined sleepers. Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), chairwoman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, questioned the “safety and design” of Graco’s care station playard, among other baby sleeper products.

What to Do If Your Child Suffered Injuries from Graco Pack ‘n Play

If you happened to have purchased or were given a Graco Pack ‘n Play inclined sleeper you should exchange the product for a refund. No injuries or deaths have been reported yet, but Graco’s recalled inclined sleepers are very similar in design and function to other extremely dangerous products. Additionally, if your child has suffered an injury due to this use of any of the aforementioned recalled products, you may be eligible for compensation through a Graco Pack ‘n Play lawsuit. Here is what you should do immediately following any injuries suffered from these dangerous products:


Report Injuries

First and foremost, you should report any injuries, including anything from bruises to asphyxia, to the CSPC for documentation. Make sure to preserve tangible evidence to support your claim in court. Furthermore, being able to provide proof of an attempt at mitigation of the injuries suffered will strengthen a potential Graco Pack ‘n Play lawsuit.


Contact a Baby Sleeper Injury Lawyer

Contact an experienced baby sleeper injury lawyer to find out what the next step is for you. Each case has specific variations that affect the complicated legal procedures, so it is best to have a knowledgeable legal professional at your side. At TorHoerman Law, our team of expert personal injury attorneys specializes in Graco Pack ‘n Play lawsuits.


Do I Qualify for a Graco Pack ‘n Play Lawsuit?

It is imperative to talk to a legal professional as soon as possible because the amount of time you have to file a Graco Pack ‘n Play lawsuit depends on your state’s statute of limitations. If you wait too long, the statute of limitations on your claim can expire and then your claim becomes void. If you own a Graco Pack ‘n Play inclined sleeper, you may qualify for financial compensation through a lawsuit. At the very least, you are entitled to a refund of your money so that you can purchase a safer product for your child.


Filing a Graco Pack ‘n Play Lawsuit

The civil lawsuit process is time-consuming and requires extreme attention to detail. It can be overwhelming to those who are already coping with injuries and do not have extensive legal knowledge. Your baby sleeper injury lawyer will be able to guide you along through the proceedings. They will help you gather evidence and assess damages. The amount of compensation you are awarded largely depends on the type of damages you suffer and your effort to treat them. TorHoeman law operates on a contingency fee basis. This means you do not owe any form of payment until we have won your case and you have been appropriately compensated. Contact us today to discuss your legal options.




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