For most of us when we buy a toy for our own child or someone else’s child we expect that the manufacturers have taken the proper care and consideration into making the toy safe. After all a children’s toy needs to follow safety guidelines to ensure that the child cannot choke or be hurt by the toy which has been specifically designed for them to play with. Unfortunately more and more children are being injured due to faulty toys and if this has happened to your child, we would urge you to call us for faulty toy injury compensation advice.
Toy manufactures have a responsibility to ensure that the toys they have produced are appropriate and safe for children to use. When your child is injured resulting from an accident with a toy which wasn’t their fault or yours, manufactures of the toy have been negligent and you may have a case for compensation. You may have even been injured yourself while inspecting the toy before allowing your child to play with it. If your injury is bad, imagine if your child has sustained the injury instead!
What’s needed to claim?
If the accident which hurt you or your child has happened in the last three years and you had to visit a doctor then we want to hear from you and give you faulty toy injury compensation advice. Photographs of injuries are not essential but can help build a case for compensation against the company which sold you the faulty toy.
Get legal advice today
You may have seen our services advertised on TV, online and in newspapers and magazines with Dame Esther Rantzen as one of our patrons. We take compensation claims seriously and always fight to get what you deserve.
If we feel you have a claim to be made, Accident Advice Helpline will ensure to take your case on on a no win, no fee* basis, because you shouldn’t have to worry about legal costs after already having suffered an injury to you or your child.
Call us for free on 0800 689 0500 to hear about faulty toy injury compensation advice and see what we can do to help you. You can also try our online 30-second claim calculator to see what your claim could be worth.
Date Published: August 2, 2016
Author: Allison Whitehead
Category: Faulty product claims