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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