Detroit Childcare Product and Toy Defect Lawyers

As most parents are aware, infants and young children are more vulnerable to the risk of a defective childcare product or toy than older children. Many parents are cautious about the items that they let their young children interact with, and they trust that products marketed as safe for young children will live up to their promise.

Tragically, thousands of children are hurt in accidents involving defective or unsafe products each year. If your child has been injured by a defective childcare product or toy, contact the Detroit childcare product defect lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C., today at (866) 644-6587 for a free initial consultation.

Child Product Defects and Hazards

When parents purchase products intended for their young children, they count on the items being safe. Sometimes, however, small toys and other objects can be a danger either as a whole or because some parts come loose or are defective. A poorly made product could seriously harm a child by causing:

Because of their small size, young children are most at risk of experiencing severe effects from lead paint poisoning. Likewise, they are most vulnerable to choking hazards and can easily swallow small toys or pieces of toys that detach. Manufacturers who release harmful toys onto the market may be held liable for any illness or injury that they cause to young children.

How We Can Help

If your child has been harmed because of a defective children’s product, our Detroit child product defect attorneys are prepared to represent your case. We understand how devastating an accident can be for you and your child, and we are committed to holding the responsible parties accountable for their negligence. Our experienced legal team will fight for the injury compensation that you deserve.

Contact Us

To learn more about child product defects and how we can assist you with your product liability lawsuit, contact the Detroit toy defect attorneys of Ravid & Associates, P.C., today by calling (866) 644-6587.