top of page


Welcome to the Law Offices of Jason Turchin's Blog!

McDonald’s Recalls “Step-iT” Activity Wristbands Due to Risk of Skin Irritation or Burns

RECALL ALERT – McDonald’s Step It Activity Wristbands Causing Burn Injury

According to the US Consumer Protection Safety Agency, McDonald’s recently issued a Recalls on its “Step-iT” Activity Wristbands Due to Risk of Skin Irritation or Burns. The formal Recall date is August 23, 2016, under Recall number 16-247. According to the Recall, the hazard is stated as follows: The recalled wristbands can cause skin irritation or burns to children. Questions? Call a Florida product injury lawyer at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin at 800-337-7755.

Compensation for Florida McDonald’s Step It Wristband Injury

If your child was burned by a Step It Wristband from McDonald’s, you may be entitled to money for any medical expenses incurred, wage loss of the parent, pain and suffering for the child, and possible future medical expenses and pain and suffering if there is any residual scarring or discoloration.

According to the latest report, about 29 million units were made in the US. McDonald’s has already received more than 70 reports of incidents, including seven reports of blisters, after wearing the wristbands.

McDonald’s Insufficient Remedy

McDonald’s offered, what we believe is an inadequate remedy. They recommend that parents immediately take the recalled wristbands from children, and they are suggesting that parents return them to any McDonald’s for a free replacement toy and either a yogurt tube or bag of apple slices. This is not sufficient if the child was injured.

Florida Product Liability Attorneys

If your child was injured as a result of the Step It Wristband, call a Florida product liability attorney at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin for a free consultation. Our number is 1-800-337-7755. We handled Florida Step It Wristband claims on a contingency fee basis, which means we do not charge any money out of pocket. We only get paid if you or your child receives compensation for the incident.

bottom of page