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Flexible Flyer Swing Sets Recalled For Breaking Hazard

A line of children’s swing sets has been recalled because of breaking and falling hazards.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in cooperation with Health Canada and the Troxel Company, issued a recall of Troxel’s Flexible Flyer Swing Sets Wednesday, July 11, 2012. The recall was issued after Troxel and the CPSC received reports of the set’s seesaw seats breaking off, creating a falling hazard.

The recalled swing sets were sold at Walmart, Toys R Us, Academy, and other specialty stores and online retailers. They were sold between December 2011 and May 2012. The swing sets came in 11 different models, all included swings and a seesaw with an attachment for bars or a slide.

The recalled models and model numbers of the defective products are: 

  • Big Adventure (#41575);
  • Fun Fantastic (#41577);
  • Fun Fantastic II (#41578);
  • Backyard Flyer (#42003);
  • Backyard Fun (#42013);
  • Backyard Swingin’ Fun (#42023);
  • Windsor II (#42030);
  • Fun Time (#42124);
  • Fantastic Playground (#42126);
  • Triple Fun (#42544); and
  • Triple Fun II (#42560).

The model numbers are on a sticker underneath the top bar of each swing set. If you have purchased one of the affected models, contact Troxel and the company will send you a free repair kit.

If you have been injured using a product that was defective or was later recalled, you may be able to receive compensation with the help of a defective product lawyer. Contact the Miley Legal Group for a free consultation – 1-877-652-1031.

Author Bio

Tim Miley is the Founder of Miley Legal Accident Injury Lawyers, a West Virginia personal injury law firm he formed in 2006. With more than 30 years of experience in personal injury law, he is dedicated to representing clients in a wide range of personal injury cases, including car accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, brain injuries, wrongful death, and other personal injury matters.

Tim received his Juris Doctor from Duquesne University and is a member of the West Virginia State Bar and the Harrison County Bar Association. He has helped his clients win more than $10 million in personal injury verdicts and settlements and has further served the people of West Virginia by filling legislative roles in the state’s government since 2004.

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