Walnut Creek Defective Toy Attorneys
Product Liability Lawyers Serving the Bay Area
The injury or death of a child is always a tragedy for the family. When the injury was the result of defective or dangerous products marketed to families with children, parents do have recourse. It is important to consult with a knowledgeable attorney to learn about the options available after a child is injured by an unsafe toy or other product.
Our Walnut Creek defective toy lawyers at Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook have been assisting injured clients since 1979. We have obtained numerous large verdicts and settlements in product liability cases, including those for children injured by unsafe toys and baby products.
Contact our firm to learn how we can help you after an injury to your child.
Free consultations available!
Types of Defective Toys & Baby Products
We handle all types of cases involving defective or unsafe baby products and toys. We consult with well-respected investigators and product specialists to determine where in the life cycle of the product the defect was introduced. Examples of defective product cases
Cases of unsafe baby products and toys have involved:
- Baby furniture
- Mattresses and other products that release toxic fumes
- Car seats
- Lead paint and other toxic coatings
- Easily breakable toys whose small parts can cause choking
- Strollers, jogging strollers and bicycle trailers
It often requires an expert to identify the source of the defect; it could be during the design, the manufacture, or the distribution and packaging of the item. Our thorough investigation allows us to build strong cases for our clients.
Call us at (925) 275-5592 for a free initial consultation.
Trust Your Case to Defective Toy Lawyers in Walnut Creek!
If you believe your baby was injured or killed because of an unsafe toy or baby product caused by a defective design or manufacturing flaw, contact the knowledgeable Walnut Creek product liability attorneys at Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook to discuss filing a lawsuit for your child’s injury.