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Maclaren sued

10th December 2009

Pushchair maker Maclaren is being sued by a group of parents who claim it knew its products had injured children and ignored warnings others could get hurt.

More than 15 UK families are seeking compensation, claiming their children had fingertips severed by hinges, and comes after Maclaren USA recalled one million pushchairs in November after 12 children had their fingertips cut off. Maclaren said it would not comment on specific cases but was trying to establish details of any incidents.


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Article Information

Title: Maclaren sued
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 13491
Date Added: 10th Dec 2009


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