Owlet Smart Sock
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Since 2015, more than one million Owlet Smart Socks have been purchased by new parents. The socks are designed to act as a baby monitor, tracking heartbeats and oxygen levels through a smartphone app. The sock will also measure sleep trends, letting one view the total hours the baby slept, how many times the baby awoke during the night, and the quality of the baby’s sleep.
Owlet, based in Utah, designed and sold the Smart Sock 2 and Smart Sock 3 for newborn parents. Both products consist of sensors and an interchangeable battery on the sock. This sock is then placed on the baby’s foot. Recently, a number of reports have arisen that the Owlet Smart Sock have left burns on the sensitive skin of babies. These burns caused significant pain to the baby which, at times, required extensive medical treatment.
We’re here to answer your questions and determine if you have a valid injury claim relating to the Owlet Smart Sock. We will work tirelessly and aggressively to pursue every dollar you deserve. We will also spare no expense in the preparation of your case.
It’s an unfortunate reality that companies will go to great lengths to protect themselves, even when their products are causing harm. But often the filing of a lawsuit will gain attention and force a change in corporate behavior.
It’s important for you to document any injury with photos and video and retain any correspondence with the manufacturer. But obviously the most important thing is to make sure your child is safe and receives any necessary treatment.
No, you will not owe the firm/attorney anything if we don’t win your case, this is a gamble that the firm takes and must consider when taking a new case.
Our law firm works on a contingency fee basis. This means that we get paid a percentage of your final settlement. We will advance any costs your case may require and will not charge you unless and until we recover money for you. If we are unable to recover on your behalf, you do not owe us anything.