Bauer Hockey‚ Inc. has recalled several Youth and Junior hockey sticks‚ shafts‚ and blades due to excessive levels of lead in violation of federal lead paint standards.
The following products have been recalled as dangerous:
- Nike Bauer Supreme One50 Junior Stick sticks‚ shafts and replacement blades U.S. and Canada
- Nike Bauer Supreme One70 Junior Stick player stick U.S. and Canada
- Nike Bauer Supreme One75 Junior Stick player and goalie sticks U.S. and Canada
- Bauer Supreme One75 Junior Stick player stick U.S. and Canada
- Nike Bauer Supreme One90 Youth and Junior Stick sticks‚ shafts‚ and replacement blades U.S. and Canada
- Nike Bauer Vapor XVI Junior Stick player stick U.S. and Canada
- Nike Bauer Vapor XX Junior Stick player and goalie sticks U.S. and Canada
- Bauer Vapor XX Junior Stick player stick U.S. and Canada
- Nike Bauer Apollo Junior Stick player stick U.S.
- Nike Bauer Supreme Force Junior Stick player stick U.S.
- Nike Bauer Supreme Accel Junior Stick player stick Canada
- Nike Bauer Supreme One40 Junior Stick player stick Canada
- Nike Bauer Supreme OneLTX Junior Stick player stick Canada
Consumers who have purchased these recalled child hockey products should take their purchased recalled products away from their kids and contact the company for either a replacement product that does not have excessive levels of lead or ask for a refund. Bauer can be contacted at 888-734-0443.
A 7-year old girl lost her life in a fatal San Diego pedestrian accident that took place on April 3‚ 2010‚ sometime during the afternoon. The accident took place in the Encanto neighborhood of San Diego in the 500 block of Iona Drive near Kenwood.
The little girl‚ Ayania Murrell‚ was a Spring Valley resident and had come to a friend’s place when she ran across the street and was struck by a pickup truck. Murrell was taken to Rady Children’s Hospital where she succumbed to her injuries. San Diego Police are searching for an ice cream truck that may have witnessed the tragic injury that killed this young child.
Our office wishes to offer our heartfelt condolences and prayers to the family and friends of the little girl. We understand how torturous it is to lose someone so young. From a personal injury attorney’s perspective‚ we wonder why she unexpectedly ran across the street and in front of the truck. Did she hear an approaching ice cream truck and was lured by its’ music and treats? Was the driver of the truck on his cell phone or otherwise distracted? Regardless‚ the loss of human life and that of a small child is heartbreaking. As parents and adults‚ all we can do is guide our children to always look before crossing the street and not to run out in front of traffic.
Ross Jurewitz is a child injury lawyer and the managing attorney of the Jurewitz Law Group‚ a California law firm dedicated to representing people seriously injured and the families of people killed by the negligence of others. If you or a loved one has been hurt or killed in a pedestrian accident in California‚ please order your free copy of Mr. Jurewitz’s book‚ The Ten Biggest Mistakes that can Destroy Your California Accident Case. It is full of helpful information that will help you protect your legal rights and it is free to all California residents.
Date: February 15‚ 2010
Type: Car vs. Pedestrian
Location: North Park‚ San Diego
Outcome: Boy Injured‚ Hospitalized
A 9-year-old boy was left injured when he ran out into an alley and got struck by a 2005 Acura that was going at a speed of 10-15 miles per hour. The accident took place in the west alley of the 4100 block of Arizona around 5 p.m. The boy sustained two open leg fractures and is currently hospitalized.
IKEA-USA and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall order for all IKEA LEOPARD highchairs that come with a separate tray and seat that snap together using locks. Apparently the defective seat locks have posed a choking hazard or have allowed children to fall through the seat and injure themselves. Although no reported injuries have happened inside the United States‚ the recall aims to ensure that no future injury will occur in the U.S. either.
For more information about this highchair recall‚ read this article at our child injury lawyer website. If your child or a loved one has been injured due to a defective product‚ such as a LEOPARD highchair‚ please contact our office at 888-233-5020 for a free consultation.