Parents Beware of These 5 Dangerous Products for Children (Pt. 1)

Parents Beware of These 5 Dangerous Products for Children (Pt. 1)

Parents want to be able to trust that the manufacturers who make products and toys for their children will only use safe materials and will test the safety of these products before selling them. Unfortunately, however, this is not always the case, as a rush to increase profits can lead some manufacturers to put potentially dangerous products for children on the market.

Here’s a look at some common and yet potentially dangerous products for children. If your child has been hurt by any product, contact Richard Langerman.

Here’s a look at some common and yet potentially dangerous products for children. If your child has been hurt by any product, contact Richard Langerman.

In this two-part blog, we’ll discuss some common, potentially dangerous products for children. Parents whose children may have been hurt by any of these – or any other – products should know that:

  • They can hold negligent manufacturers responsible for their children’s injuries by pursuing product liability lawsuits.
  • Richard Langerman has the experienced and resources necessary to fight for these families’ rights and help them obtain the compensation and justice they deserve when dangerous products hurt children.

A Look at Potentially Dangerous Products for Children

Some of the most common products that have been known to be risky and dangerous for children include:

1. Trampolines

Although children love playing on trampolines, these devices can be extremely dangerous – potentially leading to broken bones, dislocations, back injuries and head injuries. The risks of accidents and injuries tend to increase when:

  • More than one child is jumping on a trampoline at the same time.
  • Trampolines are left out in the elements, which can cause crucial parts of these contraptions to wear or breakdown.

2. Drop-Side Cribs

The Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) officially banned drop-side cribs in the U.S. in 2011. Despite this ban, however, these cribs may still be sold at secondhand stores, garage sales or resale shops. Parents looking for a deal should avoid buying these cribs for their children, as the reported dangers associated with these cribs include suffocation or strangulation if (or when) the drop-side falls down on a baby.

While at least 32 infants in the U.S. have reportedly been killed due to drop-side crib defects since around 2000, the CPSC has recorded hundreds of other incidents and accidents associated with the use of these cribs.

Stay posted for the upcoming second part of this blog for our continued discussion regarding some of the most commonly reported dangerous products for children.

Phoenix Product Liability Lawyers at the Law Office of Richard Langerman

If your child has been injured by any dangerous product or defective toy, the Phoenix product liability lawyers at the Law Office of Richard Langerman will fight to help you obtain the maximum possible compensation to cover your pain and suffering, lost wages, and medical bills.

For more than 25 years, our attorneys have been representing clients and aggressively defending their rights both inside and outside of the courtroom against defense attorneys, corporate lawyers and insurance company agents alike. In addition to having extensive experience handling defective medical device and products liability lawsuits, our attorneys are also skilled at overseeing motor vehicle accident cases, insurance bad faith cases and various other types of personal injury cases.

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Call us today at (602) 240-5525 to learn more about your rights and receive professional advice regarding your case by setting up a free, no obligations initial consult with our trusted attorneys.

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