Simplay3 Toddler Tower Recall | Child Fall Hazard

Do you own a Simplay3 Toddler Tower? The company and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) have issued a recall for over 100,000 units that could pose a tip and fall hazard. The Simplay3 Company has received at least 16 reports of their toddler tower tipping over while in use, including 10 reports of injuries, six of which were head injuries.

“In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, The Simplay3 Company is conducting a Voluntary Safety Recall of Toddler Tower units,” the company¬†said in a statement. “In certain circumstances the product was found to be unstable, allowing a child to tip over and posing a fall hazard.”

It is strongly advised to stop using this Simplay3 learning tower due to the severity of potential injuries. If an injury is sustained, contact a defective product attorney to fight for rightful compensation and to hold the company accountable for producing and selling allegedly unsafe products.

The Lyon Firm is reviewing toddler learning tower accidents and the Simplay3 Toddler Tower recall on behalf of plaintiffs nationwide. Defective children’s products can lead to serious injury and death, and our product defect lawyers work diligently to hold companies responsible for any dangerous products.¬†


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