1.7 million Summer Infant baby video monitors have been recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. The recall comes after 7 babies died from strangulation by the cords to these video monitors.
The monitors included in the recall were sold between January 2003 and February 2011 under the brand name Summer. The retail price was between $60 and $300.
Parents are being urged to keep the monitor and the cord at least three feet from a baby’s crib to prevent serious injury or death.
If your child has been hurt or killed by a baby monitor in New Jersey or Pennsylvania, we encourage you to contact a New Jersey defective product lawyer for more information about your rights and potential recovery.