Children’s Pajamas Recalled | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

By Catherine Bertram, partner

Recently, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission  (CPSC), in cooperation with Gabiano Collection, issued a voluntary recall of about 6000 pajamas which are more fully described below.  There are photo images of the pajamas as well if you click on the word recall in the prior sentence you can see what the recalled sleepwear looks like. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.

This recall involves all styles of boys and girls 100 percent cotton pajamas, including sets (tops and bottoms), one-piece suits and gowns in a variety of colors and designs in sizes 2 through 14. “Gabiano” is printed on a tag sewn into the center back neckline of the tops and gown and at the center back of the bottoms. This recall includes style numbers GB201, GB204, GB205, GB207, GB208, GB213, GB215, GB220, GB225, GB230, GB245, GB250, GB260, GB275, GB2001, GB2002, GB2011, GB2012, GB2021, GB2022, GB2031, GB2032, GB2041, GB2042, GB3001 and GB3011. The style number is only printed on the sales tag and does not appear on the garments.

Sold at: Children’s clothing and specialty retailers nationwide and online including at, from February 2010 to December 2011 for between about $20 and $50.

Remedy: Children should stop wearing the recalled sleepwear immediately and consumers should return it for a refund, exchange or store credit.

Consumer Contact: For additional information, contact Ishtex Textile Products toll-free at (800) 935-0914 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or by e-mail at or visit the firm’s website at

I have recent experience with a major case involving a residential fire and catastrophic burns to children, including lives lost.  In this case our experts contended the injuries and deaths were caused by the unsafe acts of others, including makers of unsafe smoke detectors. These cases can be tragic for families and can result in the need for resources for a lifetime of care for children. If you have question about such a case please feel free to call  me 202-822-1875 or email me at

About the author:

Catherine Bertram is board certified in civil trials and was recently selected for Washingtonian Magazine’s Best Lawyers. She has been a trying cases in the DC courts for over 20 years. She lives and works in DC.   Ms. Bertram lectures regularly to lawyers and other professionals, nationally and locally,  regarding trial advocacy, trial strategies and other related issues.   She can be reached by email at or by phone 202-822-1875 in her office in Washington, D.C.