Dangerous Toys

Children’s toys are a constant health and injury concern. You are not alone. If your child has been injured by a dangerous or defective toy, whether made in the U.S. or not, you may have a case to pursue financial compensation for damages.

Tens of thousands of children are injured each year due to the negligence of toy manufacturers, distributors and retailers. At Winer, Burritt & Tillis LLP, we hold negligent parties accountable and help our clients obtain the maximum injury recovery they deserve.

Call us today at 800-652-6137 for a free consultation.

Helping Children Recover From Serious Injuries

An injury caused by a dangerous or defective toy can impact your child for years to come or even a lifetime, regardless of his or her age. A child psychologist will tell you that such an experience may adversely influence a child’s behavior and his or her association with a variety of products and circumstances.

Our team has recovered more than $200 million for clients with injury and damage claims throughout California. With main offices in Oakland and Los Angeles, we are available to discuss your case in detail today.

Your Case Also Protects Other Children

We are focused on child safety, and we take a client-centered approach. The best strategy for your case is a clear, customized strategy that is developed through collaboration with experts in the fields of medicine, psychology, toxicology, manufacturing and others as necessary.

Pursuing financial compensation against a negligent toy company can influence that company to clean up its act and be more responsible about preventing injuries to other children in the future. Financial compensation may not give you back the time lost or remedy all the long-term impacts your child and family may experience, but it can help you cope with the road ahead and cover expenses along the path to recovery.

Our law firm handles a variety of cases, and we are prepared to help you seek maximum compensation involving:

  • Toys coated with lead-based paint (lead poisoning)
  • Splinters
  • Small objects (choking hazards)
  • Magnets
  • Sharp edges
  • Cords and ropes (strangulation)
  • Toy guns (Airsoft, BB guns and others)

Children are inclined to put almost anything in their mouths and make creative use of objects that adults and toy manufacturers may not consider. Swallowing dangerous chemicals, ingesting a small magnet or any other serious injury can cause several possible injuries, including brain damage, blindness, stunted growth, learning disabilities, digestive problems and more.

It is critical to consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible to understand your legal rights and options.

Call Winer, Burritt & Tillis LLP | Berkeley Personal Injury Lawyers

For a free initial consultation with a Los Angeles-, San Francisco- or Oakland-based dangerous toy injury lawyer, call 800-652-6137 toll free or fill out our online form.