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As a parent, you aim to protect your child under any circumstance. You baby proof your house, hold their hand as you cross the street, and teach them not to talk to strangers in order to keep them out of dangerous situations. Among all the dangers you prepare for, however, you expect that the toys and products made specifically for children should not cause them harm. You trust these companies to produce a child safe toy or product that you do not have to worry about, but this is, unfortunately, not always the case.
If your child has been injured by a toy or child care product, it can be utterly devastating. It may be hard to know where to begin in order to get justice for your child’s injury. The Chicago dangerous child care products and toy attorneys at Karlin, Fleisher & Falkenberg, LLC understand your anger and frustration and are ready to help you fight back against the company at fault.
Most adults understand what type of products should not go in or near your mouth, eyes, ears, or nose. Children, on the other hand, are more likely to use their mouth or other sensory organs as a way of exploring and learning about the world. For this reason, children’s toys should specifically be nontoxic and contain larger parts than normal. The types of products that are typically dangerous for children include:
Any of these products could cause a child a serious injury or illness if ingested. As a parent, you can keep watch for these products in your children’s toys, but it is primarily the company’s responsibility to warn you about the possible danger.
Children’s products and toys should be made as child safe as possible. Any company that produces a dangerous child care product or toy must be held responsible for the harm they have caused. The Chicago child care products and toys lawyers at Karlin, Fleisher & Falkenberg, LLC are ready to help fight back against this injustice. We are prepared to build your case, navigate this complex legal issue, and help you receive the compensation you need to right this situation. To discuss the specifics of your case, contact us at (312) 346-8620 today.