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Infant crib
Legacy classic kids Madison convertible crib
Baby
Nursery Equipment & Supplies
Cribs, Not Specified (1545)
Legacy Classic Furniture    
Legacy classic furniture
Madison convertible crib
2830-8900
 
 
Katz in the cradle
Unspecified
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I am reporting an unsafe infant crib. It is manufactured by Legacy Classic Furniture. Their address is Legacy Classic Furniture, 2575 Penny Road, High Point, NC 27265.
The model is the Madison Convertible Crib, model number 2830-8900.


This crib is a convertible crib, meaning that the back board becomes a headboard for a full size bed once the infant outgrows the crib. The headboard, however has a ridge close to the sides and the crib side rails allow the ridge to be inside the crib. The ridge creates a sharp wood corner inside both back posts of the crib. An infant banged her head into one of the ridges and sustained black and blue bruises to the side of the head. The crib also allows for infant who is unsteady while sitting to fall back and sustain head trauma to the thick wooden headboard in the back of the crib. Crib allows infant to sustain repeat blows to the head.
4/23/2018
Home/Apartment/Condominium 
Injury→Injury, Seen by Medical Professional
My Child
Female
0 years 8 months
Yes
No
No
No
No
Comment from Legacy Classic Furniture 6/7/2018
We regret the consumer and their child’s experience with one of our cribs and are glad her child was not hurt. Legacy Classic Furniture makes the safety of our products and our customers our highest priority. Our cribs are independently tested by a 3rd party certified laboratory to all current Federal, State and ASTM requirements. We investigate all inquiries so we can continually improve our product and our quality. Legacy Classic Furniture has produced cribs since 2004 and the 2830-8900 crib since 2012.
We appreciate that our Customer Service Department was able to discuss the matter directly with the consumer to get a better understanding of the situation. Her input was very helpful. We contacted the furniture dealer where the customer purchased the crib, informing him of our conversation with the customer. The dealer reached out to the customer to inquire about the incident and they came to an understanding where all parties were satisfied.
We have addressed our promotional materials showing bumper pads as part of the crib bedding and will remove bumper pads from the promotional material going forward.

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