One Northbrook Corporate Center
1210 Northbrook Drive, Ste. 280
Trevose, PA 19053
Phone: (215) 953-5200
Toys, when they are safe, bring much happiness to children. When you have dangerous toys in your home, they can bring heartbreak to parents if children suffer injuries. Accidents happen. But sometimes, toy makers put the "bottom line" over the health and safety of children. A dangerous toy may cause lead poisoning because of the paint, or burn injuries if the product is flammable.
When their actions cause injury, the manufacturer, and possibly other entities, need to be held responsible. There are no excuses for harmful products that put children in danger. You deserve justice. We can help.
At Flager & Yockey, P.C., our attorneys represent families whose children have been injured by all kinds of dangerous and defective toys. If your child has been injured by a defective toy, you need a qualified attorney on your side to obtain the full compensation you deserve.
There are many ways a defective toy can harm a child. For example, a loud toy may cause hearing damage. A pool toy may result in a swimming pool accident. A few other examples of hazards from dangerous toys include:
Do not delay seeking qualified legal assistance. The statute of limitations restricts the amount of time you have to file a lawsuit and may prevent you from obtaining justice. While the statute of limitations allows more time for minor victims to file claims in court, it's important to take action sooner rather than later while witnesses' memories are fresh and evidence remains intact.
At Flager & Yockey, P.C., our products liability attorneys are committed to helping clients successfully resolve their claims. If you or a loved one has been injured by another's negligence, contact our personal injury firm to schedule a free consultation with our lawyers if your child has been injured by a dangerous toy.
Your initial consultation is free. You don't pay us unless you win.
Call (215) 953-5200 today.
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