DANGEROUS CHILDREN’S TOYS
A children’s toy is supposed to be a fun, enjoyable object for kids, yet all too often they are a potential source of harm and injury. In fact, more than 120,000 children under age 14 are treated in emergency rooms for toy-related injuries. Toys can be mislabeled, present serious choking hazards, or even put children at risk for electrocution. Children oftentimes do not know any better when they are using a toy, so it is a toy manufacturer’s obligation to create products safe for young consumers.
Common Design Hazards in Toys
It is a toy manufacturer’s responsibility to design products that are safe for children. If there are many dangerous parts, a vulnerable child is exposed to unnecessary risk. Design hazards that are commonly found among children’s toys include:
- Flammable fabrics
- Sharp points and edges
- Toxic paint or material
- Contains many small parts
- Long strings, cords or straps
- Use of high voltage current
- Lead painted toys
- Projectile toys
Product safety is a huge priority in order to prevent further injuries and wrongful deaths. The injuries children sustain at the hands of hazardous toys are entirely avoidable, and our Chicago personal injury lawyers are dedicated to holding negligent manufacturers accountable.
Contact a Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer For Help
If your child has been injured by a dangerous toy or children’s product, your family should not be held responsible. Negligent toy manufacturers may be liable for the injuries they have caused your child, and the highly qualified Chicago personal injury lawyers at the Disparti Law Group, P.A., have the experience to guide you through this complicated process. Call our offices at (312) 600-6000 today to begin discussing your case.