As a loving parent, you wouldn’t dream of putting your child in harm’s way. But that can happen when toy makers ignore safety laws and sell dangerous and defective toys. I am Ken Nunn, The Indiana Injury Lawyer. I want nothing more than to make sure that the toy companies whose products injure children are held responsible. I have been standing up for the rights of injured families throughout Indiana for more than 49 years.
If your child has been injured by a defective toy or come into contact with a harmful substance, such as lead paint, contact me immediately at 1-800-CALL-KEN. I will fight hard to protect your rights and help your family get the money you deserve.
While it’s the parents’ responsibility to make sure their children don’t play with toys that are obviously dangerous or unsuitable for their age, many defects are hidden and impossible for parents to detect. A toy may be poorly designed, or a defect introduced during the manufacturing process that makes it dangerous. Injuries can happen when a toy’s instructions and age range are mislabeled.
Recent injuries children have suffered from dangerous toys include:
- Eye injuries
- Poisoning from illegal lead paint
- Choking due to easy-to-swallow parts such as magnets
- Broken fingers or pinched skin due to faulty moving parts
If your child has been injured by a toy you didn’t know was recalled or by a toy manufacturer’s negligence, you need product liability lawyers who aren’t afraid to fight for the safety of your kids. I have a history of successfully battling large businesses and insurance companies on behalf of my clients. No settlement can erase the damage that your child has suffered, but it can help pay medical bills and give your family a sense of closure and justice.
When your child has been injured by a toy or other children’s product, everyone in Indiana knows to call Ken Nunn for help. You can reach me at 1-800-CALL-KEN. Please don’t hesitate when the rights of your child are at stake. Initial consultations are free and we may be able to start work on your case today.