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Storkcraft Baby Cribs National Class Action

2013 — The motion for authorization of Linda Santella vs. Stork Craft Manufacturing et al (file number 500-06-000488-094), previously filed in the Superior Court of Québec, was discontinued pursuant to the Court Order of the Honourable Justice Lucie Fournier on March 15th, 2013. However, proposed class actions filed in other provinces are being litigated and may possibly result in compensation options for Québec residents who meet certain requirements if the litigation is successful.

La requête en autorisation préalablement déposée à la Cour Supérieure du Québec au nom de Linda Santella c. Stork Craft Manufacturing et al, (numéro 500-06-000488-094), a fait l’objet d’un désistement, suite à l’ordonnance de l’Honorable Lucie Fournier en date du 15 mars 2013. Cependant, des recours proposés dans d’autres provinces canadiennes sont toujours actifs et pourraient offrir certaines possibilités d’indemnisation pour les résidents du Québec si ces recours s’avèrent fructueux.


2009 — Merchant Law Group LLP has launched national class action lawsuits in numerous Canadian jurisdictions on behalf of all Canadian consumers who have purchased baby cribs manufactured by Stock Craft Manufacturing (which may have been sold under various brand names, including Fisher-Price, Wal-Mart, and Sears). A 2009 recall was issued in respect of these products concerning drop-side cribs with plastic hardware.

The litigation requests that the Courts order that financial compensation be paid to all owners of the recalled drop-side cribs. If you wish to be kept informed as to the status of this litigation, please join our contact list for the baby crib class action, by completing the form below. Please note, filling out the form below creates no financial obligation for you.

IF YOU WISH TO BE ADDED TO THEE-MAILING LIST FOR THIS CLASS ACTION, PLEASE COMPLETE THE BELOW FORM. (Please note, providing your information creates no financial obligation or legal relationship for you. You are not charged any fee or cost for joining this class action – our law firm would only be paid a percentagefee from the compensation recovered from the manufacturer, if this class action is successful.)

Merchant Law Group LLP a déposé plusieurs recours collectifs à portée nationale au nom de tous les consommateurs canadiens qui ont acheté des lits pour bébé fabriqués par Stork Craft Manufacturing (lits qui peuvent avoir été vendus sous différentes marques, incluant Fisher-Price, Wal-Mart et Sears). En 2009, un avis de rappel fut émis relativement à ces produits, plus particulièrement en lien avec les lits pour bébés avec des portes coulissantes.

Ce recours demande aux tribunaux d’ordonner qu’une compensation financière soit versée à tous les propriétaires des lits pour bébés faisant l’objet du rappel.

Si vous désirez être informé des développements dans ce recours, veuillez joindre notre liste de contacts en remplissant le formulaire ci-joint. Veuillez noter que la complétion de ce formulaire ne crée aucune obligation financière à votre égard.

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