Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby Pulls Items Due To Defective Product Injury Risks

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

KSWO reported that the Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby has ordered that items be pulled from its store shelves due to risk of defective product injuries.

A study determined that plastic Easter toys such as eggs, spinning tops, and chick-themed sipper cups, contained toxic levels of lead in the paint which could cause Oklahoma defective product injuries.

Toxic levels of lead can cause defective product injuries such as severe nerve damage, especially in children.

The Oklahoma City-based store is conducting further tests on their products and cooperating with the Consumer Product Safety Commission to begin a recall in an attempt to prevent national and Oklahoma City defective product injuries.

Lead toxicity could potentially cause Oklahoma City defective product injuries.