During these unprecedented times, Clark, Perdue, & List Co, LPA is here to fully support your needs in a timely and safe manner. COVID-19 should not affect your ability to investigate a personal injury case. We currently remain open and are still accepting new cases. With your safety top of mind, we are scheduling all meetings via telephone or video conference at this time.

Dangerous Toys

Child Injury Attorney Ready to Battle Manufacturers of Dangerous Toys

Parents and loved ones trust that the toys they purchase and give to their children will be well designed, tested and produced to ensure the greatest degree of safety as their children play. When toy manufacturers betray that trust, allowing dangerous toys to be sold, children are always the ones at greatest risk.

At Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, we are committed to zealously advocating on behalf of children who have been hurt while playing with toys. Working with design experts and professionals in the field, we pinpoint mistakes made by the toy manufacturers and where negligence occurred. Not only do our efforts deliver compensation to the child and his or her family, they help to ensure that accidents like this will not happen in the future injuring even more children.

Columbus Lawyer to Fight Tough Toy Product Liability Cases

Our representation of the family of a child who was severely burned while riding a Peg Perego battery-powered toy tractor has garnered national media attention. Contact one of our toy defect attorneys if a child in your family has been injured by a dangerous toy.

Tragically, at least 181,500 children required hospital emergency room treatment for toy-related injuries in 2010. Most injuries involved choking, lacerations and contusions. Other serious injuries resulted from swallowing small pieces, strangulation from strings, flammable products, unsafe levels of lead and cadmium, overheating batteries and exploding gasoline-powered toys. In 2010, 17 children died, mostly from choking.

Millions of toys are recalled each year. Toy manufacturers, distributors and retailers have a legal responsibility to ensure that they do not market dangerous toys. Consumers have a right to expect that the toys given to their children are safe. Despite an increased emphasis on toy safety by the government, many dangerous toys continue to be found on retailers’ toy shelves.

Contact a Child Injury Lawyer for Defective Toys

If your child has suffered injury as a result of a dangerous or defective toy, please contact the Columbus, Ohio, child safety attorneys at
Clark, Perdue & List.


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