At Chanfrau & Chanfrau, we have seen the devastating repercussions of dangerous and defective toys first-hand. A defective toy attorney with our Daytona, FL-based firm can investigate the cause of your child’s injury and work to hold the responsible parties accountable for their negligence. If your child was injured due to a toy that was poorly designed or lacked the proper warnings, contact our firm online. You can also call us in Daytona at (866) 610-0653 or in Palm Coast at (386) 439-7760.
Understanding Toy-Related Injuries
In 2016 alone, there were an estimated 240,000 toy-related injuries that required emergency care. These injuries all affected children under the age of 15. As parents know, children injure themselves for a wide variety of reasons, so not every toy-related injury is related to third-party negligence. There are three main types of negligence that can affect the safety of a toy:
- Design defects: The design phase is crucial and requires an understanding of the abilities of children at certain ages.
- Manufacturing defects: An error occurring during manufacturing can affect some or all of the products created. In some cases, toys manufactured in other countries do not undergo the same level of quality control enforced in the United States, allowing for flaws in production.
- Warning defects: When the warning label on a product fails to sufficiently warn consumers of the dangers of a certain toy, injuries and accidents can result. An inadequate or missing warning label can have serious consequences for a child using the product.
In many cases, by the time a company realizes there is a defect and issues a recall, significant injuries have already occurred. For these families, a recall is just too little, too late. Our team at Chanfrau & Chanfrau can investigate the cause of your child’s injury and determine who is liable.
Whether the fault lies with the designer, the manufacturer, the toy store, or all three, we can determine who was responsible and hold them accountable.
Common Injuries Caused by Defective Toys
Defects in design, manufacturing, or warning labels can lead to serious or even fatal injuries. Some of the common injuries associated with defective toys include:
- Scrapes or cuts
- Fractured or broken bones
How We Can Help
At Chanfrau & Chanfrau, we understand how devastating a toy-related injury can be to both a child and their family. Our team can investigate the circumstances that led to the injury and build a strong case on your behalf. Our product liability attorneys can help you collect compensation for medical expenses, as well as the pain and suffering you experienced as a result of the accident.
Contact Our Firm Today
If your child was injured as a result of a toy-related accident, you need an attorney who can fight for your family’s rights. Contact Chanfrau & Chanfrau online to book a free case review. You can also call us in Daytona at (866) 610-0653 or in Palm Coast at (386) 439-7760 today to find out how we can help you build a strong defective toy case.