CPSC Crib Safety, Product Safety, Las Vegas, Injury Lawyer -Reserch

Crib, Baby Safety

Las Vegas, Nevada, Lawyer Reserch

No missing or broken slats. This prevents

a baby from getting trapped between the

broken crib parts, causing possible

suffocation or strangulation.

b. corner posts to big.

prevents a baby’s clothing from catching

on the post— a strangulation risk.

c. No cut-out designs in the headboard or

footboard. This prevents entrapment.

d. No missing or broken crib hardware.

e. Slats no more than 23/8 inches apart (so a

soda can won’t fit through the slats). This

prevents a baby’s body from slipping through

the slats and possibly entrapping her head.

f. A firm, tight-fitting mattress. This

prevents a baby from becoming trapped

between the mattress and side of the crib.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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