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As a parent, you do what you can to keep your children safe. You read warning labels, you observe age restrictions and you make sure your kids always know you are there to help. Unfortunately, sometimes even parents’ best efforts are not enough. Sometimes toys and other products do not work how we expect them to, and dangerous defects can lead to life-changing and fatal injuries.
If you have had a child harmed by a dangerous toy, it is important that you speak with a lawyer. Your family may be entitled to a substantial settlement or court verdict, and recovering just compensation could be critical to helping your family cope and move on. Children’s injuries can lead to substantial medical bills (not only now, but also in the future), and pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of earning potential, and a variety of other losses are all eligible for compensation under Florida law.
At Searcy Denney, we are passionate about fighting for families who have fallen victim to dangerous and defective toys. Companies routinely mass-produce dangerous toys, choosing to put their profits ahead of protecting children’s safety. With decades of experience and more than $5 recovered for injury victims and their families, we know what it takes to win, and we vigorously pursue every case through the final settlement or verdict at trial.
From design flaws to issues during the manufacturing process and failure to affix necessary warning labels, there are countless ways that a toy can be deemed legally defective. In one way or another, virtually all toys have the potential to be defective, and defects can lead to a wide range of serious injuries. Our attorneys have the experience and backgrounds necessary to handle cases involving all types of dangerous and defective children’s products, including:
The list of potential injuries from defective toys is as long as the list of potential defects. Broken bones, brain and spinal cord injuries, organ damage and asphyxiation are just a few of the dangers of:
If you would like to speak with a lawyer about seeking financial compensation for your child’s injuries or death, we encourage you to contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation. Our attorneys will be happy to help you understand your situation and provide a thorough assessment of your legal rights. To schedule an appointment at our offices in Tallahassee or West Palm Beach, please call (800) 780-8607 or inquire online today.