Danville Toy and Childcare Product Defect Lawyers
As Americans pour their hard-earned money into necessary goods for their child’s healthy development, there is an obvious understanding that the product that bring home should be safe for that child. However, negligence by the manufacturers of toys and childcare products can introduce needless danger into the life of an unsuspecting child. Depending upon the nature of the defect, the consequences could be fairly minor, or they could possibly result in permanent adverse health effects.
Contact the Danville dangerous toy and childcare products lawyers of Spiros Law, P.C., at (217) 443-4343 for more information regarding possible legal action if your child has been harmed by an unsafe product.
Dangers from Childcare Goods
Many childcare products and toys claim to make valuable contributions a child’s development. Whether it is an interactive toy that claims to help that child with their basic math skills or a gadget designed to encourage creativity, these toys and products are meant to assist or entertain children, not to potentially endanger their health and safety. The following are major concerns with childcare products:
As manufacturers try to lower the overall cost of a product while maintaining the appearance of high quality, they sometimes make mistakes in the process. They may use paint containing toxic chemicals in order to lower costs. Additionally, parts may not be properly glued or attached in the manufacturing process, causing children to choke on the pieces when they break off during play activities.
Oftentimes, Americans take the safety of their everyday products for granted. However, whether from mistakes or lax regulatory standards, some companies may release products that are simply not safe for their intended use, especially when children are involved. To learn more about your rights and options if your child has been injured because of a negligent manufacturer, contact the Danville toy and childcare product defect attorneys of Spiros Law, P.C., today by calling (217) 443-4343.