Dangerous Toy Accident Lawyer in Santa Clara County
Defective Toy Injury Attorney Serving Monterey and the South Bay Area
When there are dangerous or defective toys on the market, your child could be at serious risk. Recalls for toys with lead paint or small features that can become choking hazards are all too common. Even the most vigilant parents can find out the dangers of their kids toys only after it is too late. Make sure you have an experienced attorney on your side.
For the past 40 years, dangerous toy attorney John J. Garvey, III has protected the rights of children who have suffered injuries as the result of dangerous or defective toys. Whether your child was exposed to dangerous toxins or suffered a choking injury, he can fight to hold the manufacturer responsible and help you get the full compensation you deserve.
Holding Negligent Toy Manufacturers Responsible
When companies take shortcuts in the design or manufacturing process, consumers are the ones who pay the price. And toy manufacturer negligence is not limited to design defects. The failure to give adequate warning of potential dangers or proper instructions for use could also lead to serious child injuries. Attorney Garvey handles defective and dangerous toy cases involving a number of factors, including:
- Design failure
- Manufacture failure
- Failure to warn
- Inadequate instructions and inadequate warnings
Partnering With Experts to Evaluate Your Case
We work with a number of experts, including investigators and life care planners in order to determine whether or not your accident could have been prevented and the full financial impact of your childs injury. Working closely with these experts, the Law Office of John J. Garvey, III will be prepared to protect your rights in court.
Take the Toy Makers to Task, Call to Schedule an Appointment
If you are ready to protect your child and help your family move forward, do not hesitate to contact San Jose personal injury lawyer John J. Garvey, III at 408-293-7777 and schedule a free initial consultation. He makes home and hospital visits in addition to his weekly business hours and all cases are handled on a contingency basis, so there is no risk to you.