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Infant Loungers and Pillow Claim

Over 3 million Infant Lounger Pillows have been recalled due to risk of suffocation. Get Your Free Claim Analysis Now!  You May Qualify for Significant Financial Compensation.

What is a Boppy Newborn Lounger?

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Boppy Pillows was created in 1989 by Susan Henderson. The Artsana Group acquired Boppy in 2008 and has released multiple products including nursing pillows, loungers and more. The Boppy Pillow Newbown Lounger was created for new parents to lay their newborns in while taking a break. There are a few different types of loungers that were produced by Boppy; including a “preferred” product and one created exclusively for “Pottery Barn Kids.” The Boppy loungers were sold at national retailers such as Target, Walmart and Amazon. They were available to consumers from January 2004 to September 2021

Infant Sleeper Injuries & Concerns


The lounger recall comes after the Consumer Product Safety Commission (SPSC) issued a warning about similar pillow-like infant products.


Baby sleepers, infant bassinets, and newborn sleep accessories from different companies have been recalled from the consumer market. The risk with these devices involves babies rolling onto their side or backs while unrestrained and suffocating to death.


There have also been recalls involving inclined baby sleepers. Since 2020, these recalls include products from Fisher-Price, Graco, Delta, Simmons, Beautyrest, Evenflo and Summer Infant.

What is this Lawsuit About?

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There have been at least 8 deaths associated with the Boppy Newborn Lounger recall, and according to Consumer Reports, at least 28 infant deaths have been tied to other lounging pads and nursing pillows. Source:


File your free claim review today to find out if you qualify for financial compensation today.

CBS News: 3.3 million Boppy baby loungers recalled after 8 infant deaths

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