Toy-Related Injuries to Children [Infographic]

Toy-Related Injuries to Children [Infographic]

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Hazardous Toys

Were you ever injured while playing with a toy as a kid? Whether you fell off your bike and scraped your knee or hurt your eye with a flying object from a toy, you are not alone. Toy injuries are common. In fact, over 250,000 children suffered toy-related injuries in 2014 alone. Some injuries are minor and don’t require a trip to the emergency room. But other injuries can cause serious harm.

Kids may suffer a concussion if they fall off their bike while not wearing a helmet. Toddlers may choke on a small part from a toy designed for older children. That’s why it’s important to follow toy safety recommendations to avoid injuries. By choosing age-appropriate toys and requiring your child to wear a helmet, you reduce your child’s risk of injury. After all, toys should be fun for children. Toys shouldn’t be dangerous or cause harm. For information on toy-related injuries to children, check out our infographic below.

Toy-Related Injuries to Children [Infographic]

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toy-related injuries to children

Product Liability Attorneys

You can protect your children from toy-related injuries to an extent. But you can’t protect them from defective products. A defective toy is hazardous to children and can cause them harm. If your child was injured by a defective toy, you deserve a compassionate attorney on your side. Contact the defective product attorneys at Haggerty & Silverman for a free evaluation. We will evaluate your case and get you compensation for your child’s injuries. Do not hestitate to call us at 717-397-3200 or fill out our contact form online.


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Howard G. Silverman

Lead trial attorney for both Haggerty & Silverman in Lancaster, PA and Kane & Silverman P.C. located in Philadelphia, PA / Marlton, NJ.

Posted on by Howard G. Silverman in Personal Injury, Product Liability