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Cedar Rapids Dangerous Toy Attorneys

It is understood that the manufacturers of children’s toys and childcare products are in business to reap financial rewards. However, these companies still have an obligation to create products that are in compliance with safety regulations and to avoid selling products that will needlessly threaten the safety of the children for whom they are intended. Regrettably, in the eagerness to get a new product to the market, manufacturers sometimes release toys that are defectively designed or made and the consequences can be tragic.

If your child has suffered injuries due to the negligence of a toymaker or other manufacturer of child-related products then it may be appropriate to seek financial compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, and other damages as suitable to the case. Contact the compassionate Cedar Rapids dangerous toy attorneys of Leehey Olson Law, P.C., at (319) 294-4424.

Potential Hazards

While it has not always been the case, during the last century there was an explosion in both the number and variety of toys and childcare products available. Unfortunately, the number of threats to child safety has also grown, despite the introduction of numerous laws and regulations designed to protect children from harm. Two of the most widely encountered problems are:

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If your child was injured by a defective toy or childcare product, a civil lawsuit may be appropriate. To learn more about your legal rights and the possible merits of your case, contact the dedicated Cedar Rapids defective childcare product attorneys of Leehey Olson Law, P.C., at (319) 294-4424.

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