It is thought the move will affect more than 40 children who lost their fingertips in the hinge mechanism of some models of collapsible buggies.
Last November it emerged that 12 US children had suffered fingertip lacerations in Maclaren buggies.
Maclaren said the compensation was not an admission of liability and it took children’s safety “very seriously”.
Lawyers for the children will meet representatives from Maclaren to decide how much the they will be awarded.
Last year the brand was seriously damaged after it recalled a million buggies in the US following reports that children’s fingers had been lacerated. Read More…