The law requires that toys be safe from unreasonable defects that make them unsafe for children to use. There are many examples of dangerous toys that should never have been marketed to unsuspecting parents and children. Examples include toys with glass parts which can easily break and cut children, infant toys which can come apart into small parts and be swallowed or aspirated, and batteries which can overheat and cause defective toys to catch on fire.
If your child is injured by a dangerous toy, please keep the toy and contact us for to schedule your dangerous toy consultation. We may be able to examine the toy and determine whether you may make a successful claim for the damages it caused.