Table Lamps and Capri Pants Recalled

According to the Associated Press, the following recalls have been announced:
Approximately 228,000 Ellemenno brand girls’ capri pants with snap roll cuffs which are distributed by Mervyns Company and imported by Azmat Group of Dhaka, Bangladesh have been recalled because the buttons inside the pants’ waistbands can become detached and this poses a choking hazard to children. No injuries have been reported. Mervyns can be contacted by phone at 800-637-8967 or by visiting their website.

Approximately 1,500 Currey & Company Table Lamps which are distributed by Currey & Company have been recalled because the light sockets on the lamps have a defect, which poses an electrical shock and fire hazard, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Thursday. Currey & Company has received 6 reports of their lamps causing circuits to trip and then sparking or catching on fire. No property damage or injuries have been reported at this time. Details of the recall of these lamps can be found by visiting their website.

Details of both recalls can be found at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries due to a defective product, contact a South Carolina Product Liability Lawyer at Louthian Law Firm, P.A., immediately, even if only for an inquiry as to whether or not you may have a case.