Since the Mattel/China toy recall incident of 2007, parents have become increasingly aware that children's toy "accidents" are more than just accidents; they are the direct result of toys that were made of hazardous substances, designed unsafely or marketed to kids of the wrong age.
While the Consumer Products Safety Commission does what it can to protect consumers' safety, it is the lone governing agency over thousands of toy manufacturers. It has difficulty responding to safety concerns and even more difficulty preventing safety violations.
That's where civil litigation comes in. When injured consumers litigate against the makers of unsafe toys, personal injury lawyers have an opportunity to make a real difference, both for their clients and for all consumers.
At the Chicago law firm of The Jasmer Law Firm , we have handled personal injury and product liability cases since 1996 and focus our practice on:
- Serious and catastrophic injuries and wrongful death
- Mass tort and toxic tort litigation involving multiple defendants
If your child has been injured or killed by a toy or other product and you need legal counsel and representation in holding the manufacture responsible, we can help.
For experienced legal help involving unsafe children's toys in the Chicago area and throughout Illinois, contact attorney David S. Jasmer at 312-386-7011 or 866-920-6021.
We can provide experienced legal help following toy-related injuries due to lead ingestion, choking, melting/burning and other hazards, as well as help following injuries from cribs, strollers, car seats and other child-related products. Our track record speaks to our effectiveness in helping injured clients — since 1996 we have achieved awards of $20 million, $30 million and other seven- and eight-figure awards. For a no-charge consultation regarding your potential case, please contact our office.
Discuss your unsafe toy claim with an attorney for free. We don't collect attorney fees unless we obtain monetary compensation for you. To contact our firm, call 312-386-7011 or 866-920-6021.