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Defective Children’s Toys

Product Liability Claims Specialists
What is Product Liability?
What is Product Liability?

Defective Children’s Toys

Accidents involving children’s toys can be distressing and, in some cases, even life-altering. The joy that toys are meant to bring can turn into a nightmare when defects lead to injuries. If your child has been harmed due to a defective or faulty toy, Russell Worth solicitors are here to help.

Choking Hazards, Sharp Edges and Toxic Materials

The safety of children’s toys is of paramount concern, and the law reflects this. Defects that pose significant risks to children include choking hazards, sharp edges and the presence of toxic materials.

  • Choking Hazards: Small parts that can detach from toys are a common choking hazard. If a toy fails to meet safety standards in this regard, you have a legal right to pursue compensation.
  • Sharp Edges: Toys with sharp or jagged edges can cause cuts and other injuries. Manufacturers are responsible for ensuring toys are free from such defects. If they fail in this duty, you may have a valid claim.
  • Toxic Materials: Children often explore toys with their mouths. Toys containing toxic materials like lead or chemicals can pose serious health risks. If your child has been harmed due to exposure to toxic substances, you have the right to seek compensation.


The above list is not intended to be exhaustive, if your child has suffered an injury due to any form of defect or fault on a toy, contact us and we will do all that we can to help.   

No Win No Fee

Many parents hesitate to pursue legal action due to concerns about legal costs. No Win, No Fee agreements alleviate this worry. It means that you won’t have to pay solicitors’ fees if your case doesn’t succeed through no fault of your own and there are absolutely no fees to pay upfront.

Contact Us Today

If your child has suffered injuries due to a defective or faulty children’s toy, we understand the emotional and physical toll it can take on your family. Russell Worth solicitors specialise in personal injury cases, and we are here to help you navigate this challenging time. It is free to contact us, with no obligation to pursue your case. Russell Worth always strives to approach each case with empathy and professionalism, ensuring your rights and your child’s safety are our top priorities.

Seeking compensation for injuries caused by defective children’s toys is not only your right but also a crucial step in holding manufacturers accountable for their products’ safety.


Who Can We Help?

Russell Worth Solicitors is a specialist personal injury law firm. As such, we can help you if you have suffered an injury because of a defective or harmful product.

We are not a consumer rights group. If your complaint is about the product only but no injury has been suffered as a result of the product/service, then, unfortunately, we will not be able to offer you any assistance.

When you contact us it would be useful, although not essential, if you have some or all of the information below:

  • The name of the product and, if possible, the manufacturer
  • Details of the injury
  • When the injury happened and how it happened
  • Where and when you bought the product  
  • What the alleged defect or fault is
  • How you paid for the product – particularly by credit card or some other form of finance

Don’t worry if you do not have all the details to hand, call us and let us know the information you do have, and we can see if that is enough for us to assess your case and offer our expert services on a No Win, No Fee basis.

In this day and age, retailers and manufacturers can come and go very quickly, so the sooner you tell us about the problem, the better the chances are that we can trace the responsible party and secure you the compensation you deserve.


Claiming For Product Liability

Suffering due to a faulty product?

If you have been injured because of a faulty product or medication, speak to one of our dedicated team today and get the compensation you deserve for your injury.

Call 0800 028 2060 or fill in our call-back form today.