Recalled Baby Wipes Settlement

Jones et al. v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. et al.
United States District Court, Eastern District of New York Case No: 14-CV-6305

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    Claims Category 1 Description: Any person who purchased or otherwise acquired Recalled Baby Wipes between October 25, 2013 and October 25, 2014 for or on behalf of themselves or a minor child over whom they have custody and control as a parent or guardian can file a Category 1 Claim. “Recalled Baby Wipes” means the baby wipes manufactured by Nutek that were sold in the United States and subject to the Recall including, but not limited to, those under the brand names Cuties,, Fred’s, Kidgets, Member’s Mark, Simply Right, Sunny Smiles, Tender Touch, and Well Beginnings, as well as feminine wipes manufactured under the Femtex brand.

    Claims Category 2 Description: Any person who suffered bodily injury or Qualifying Symptoms (described in item 5 on page 1) of a de minimis nature (meaning minor or insignificant) as a result of their use of the Recalled Baby Wipes may file a Claim under Claims Category 2 to potentially receive a payment of up to $15.00. If this description fits you or a minor child over whom you have custody and control as a caregiver, parent or guardian, complete this Claim Form.

    There are two types of Category 3 Claims. Complete this Claim Form if you or your child meet either of the following descriptions AND if you have incurred out-of-pocket costs associated with these injuries.

    Category 3(A) – Transitory Qualifying Symptoms

    Transitory Qualifying Symptoms are those that (a) did not result in admission to a hospital, or (b) resulted in a hospital admittance lasting less than 24 hours but the symptom or condition lasted less than 15 days.

    Category 3(B) – Non-Transitory or Lasting Qualifying Symptoms

    Non-Transitory or Lasting Qualifying Symptoms are those that have an enduring, persisting, long-term or lasting physical effect, injury or condition that required or requires hospitalization for over 24 hours and the symptom or condition does not subside after 15 days after exposure to the Recalled Baby Wipes.