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Children's Chicken Toy Recalled for Possible Choking Hazard

Children's Chicken Toy Recalled for Possible Choking Hazard

Bingo Deals recalls nearly 2,700 of their chicken toys due to a possible choking hazard to children. The Bump N’ Go Walking Egg Laying Chicken is a battery-powered plastic toy chicken that includes three white eggs. These eggs are placed in the back of the chicken and are released from the bottom. The company claims that the small eggs and the chicken can break into small pieces that can be a choking hazard for children. The toy was sold online at Bingo Deal’s website and at Amazon.com from July 2015 through June 2016. The company indicated that there have been no injuries or incidents at this time and suggest consumers immediately removed the toys from children and contact them for a full refund.

Product liability laws are in place to help protect consumers from defective or faulty products. Companies are responsible for alerting consumers if there are any issues with the products they have sold. Although most times companies are not aware of any defects until there are injuries from the defective or faulty products. An experienced attorney can decide if you have legal grounds to pursue legal action.

The attorneys at Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC, have decades of experience helping those who have been injured. We interact with our clients throughout the entire legal process. We understand that injuries are stressful and work diligently to get you or your loved ones the care and compensation you deserve. We offer free no-obligation consultations to discuss your legal needs. Call our downtown St. Louis office today to make your appointment.

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