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Many parents purchase toys for their children under the assumption that the products have been tested and there will be appropriate age recommendations on the packaging. However, many kids are injured or killed every year because of toy dangers or defects such as:
Children can suffer any number of serious injuries from using defective or dangerous toys, including broken bones, severe burns, or puncture wounds. Toys that have suffocation or choking hazards may result in death.
Any company that manufactures toys for children has an obligation to make sure that its product is as safe as possible and there are appropriate warnings as well as instructions for proper use. A manufacturer can be considered negligent if the toy was defectively designed, had a manufacturing defect, or lacked a warning label. In any of these cases, a company can be liable to the families of children injured or killed by the dangerous or defective products.
The companies that manufacture these toys will have insurance companies with teams of attorneys prepared to deny liability for any accidents involving the products. This may involve allegations that children or their parents used toys inappropriately. Several parents may be accused of being at fault for failing to properly supervise their kids.
If your child sustained catastrophic injuries or was killed because of a defective or dangerous toy, you should immediately contact the Chester County defective toy lawyers at Ciccarelli Law Offices. Our firm represents families on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you pay us nothing unless we get you financial compensation.
Our defective toy attorneys work as a team to hold negligent manufacturers accountable, and we will provide an honest and thorough evaluation of your case when you call (610) 719-3190 to take advantage of a free consultation. Ciccarelli Law Offices helps residents of communities throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania, including Chester County, Lancaster County, Delaware County, Philadelphia County, and Montgomery County.