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Defective Toys & Products for Children

Defective Toys & Products for Children

Amber is heaven sent!! Amber and her team worked very hard on my case!! They checked on me while I had my weekly doctor visits. They were very detailed with my settlement. I didn’t have to second guess anything. I would recommend her to anybody who is in a car accident !! I’ve even referred my love ones who also needed her to represent them in an accident. She made my process as painless as possible. I wish I could give her 10 stars!!

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I was referred to Amber by my daughter-in-law. I was involved in two rear end collisions in a three month period. She did an excellent job keeping me informed and explained everything to me, in a manner that I could understand. She followed through with me until I had my settlements.

Shirley H., Client

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I have had attorneys in the past that does not compare to Attorney Amber Gilormo. She handle all of my concerns and answered all of my questions in a timely manner, I never had to guess what was happening with my case I was always informed and kept to to date.

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Atlanta Defective Product Lawyer
for Harm Caused to Children

Every year thousands of children are injured due to defective toys and other products.

Parents are left with exorbitant medical expenses, and in some cases, have to take a leave of absence from their job in order to help their child recover. In other cases, these injuries tragically result in death. If your child has been injured due to a defective product, an Atlanta defective product lawyer can help you get the compensation your child needs to make a full recovery. 



The Basics of Product Liability

Product liability is an area of the law that includes injuries caused by defection toys and other children’s products. In a product liability case, you and your Atlanta defective product lawyer need to prove that the product was defective in one of three ways: 

  • Defective design. A design defect is one where the product is inherently unsafe due to its design. An example of a design defect would be if the product was designed that pieces could easily break off and become a choking hazard for small children. 
  • Manufacturing defect. The way the product was unsafe because of the way it was manufactured. For example, a toy that was designed in accordance with modern consumer safety standards is rendered unsafe when lead paint was used in the manufacturing process. 
  • Labeling defect. The company that sells the product has an obligation to disclose any unavoidable risks and instruct the consumer on how to use the product safely. For example, companies should label the product with the appropriate age for the product, whether it contains any choking hazards, or if it carries a risk of electrical shock. 

Note that “defective” does not mean broken in the context of product liability. If a toy or other children’s product was defective in one or more of the three ways listed above, the company responsible for selling the product may be liable for any injuries that result. 

Unfortunately, proving that a toy or other children’s product is defective is not easy. It can be difficult to identify where in the design, manufacturing, and retail process the product became defective. An experienced Atlanta defective product lawyer can help you determine whether the product that injured your child was defective and who should be held liable. 


Atlanta Defective Product Lawyer Explains Common Injuries from Defective Children’s Products

The injuries caused by defective toys and products can range from mild to severe and can even result in death. These injuries can include the following:

  • Choking
  • Poisoning
  • Brain injuries
  • Burns
  • Electrical shocks
  • Fractures
  • Lacerations
  • Puncture wounds

Many of these wounds involve the head or face and can result in permanent scarring or disfigurement. These injuries can require extensive medical treatment and physical therapy and pose a threat to your child’s normal development. An Atlanta defective product lawyer can help you make sure you get the compensation your child needs to make a full recovery.

Has Your Child Been Injured? Contact an Atlanta Defective Product Lawyer at Gilormo Injury Law

Product liability cases can be extremely complex. Don’t risk your child’s future by pursuing a claim on your own. Compassionate and dedicated, Atlanta defective product lawyer Amber Gilormo can help you get the compensation you need.

Call us at 770-343-7101 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation – we can discuss your case and how we can help you move forward.

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