Causes of a Dangerous Children’s Product in West Virginia

Miley Legal Group

If your child has been injured by a defective product, then West Virginia defective product claims can address the financial issues of treating your child’s injuries.

Depending on the severity of your child’s injuries, medical treatment can be very expensive. There also may be future treatment costs that need to be taken into consideration. A Harrison County product liability attorney can help.

Additionally, an attorney can evaluate your case to determine who may be held liable and what types of damages you may be entitled to pursue. Your Harrison County product liability attorney will help in assembling the documentation and evidence needed to build a substantial case.

Some of the common causes for a children’s product in West Virginia to be dangerous include:

  • recalled product;
  • lead/mercury poisoning;
  • strangulation/choking hazard;
  • age-inappropriate toys;
  • suffocation hazard; and
  • fall hazard.

These causes can be a result of using dangerous children’s products such as cribs, sports equipment, toys or playground equipment. Anyone involved in the making or selling of a dangerous children’s product can be held liable for damages.

Dangerous children’s products can lead to West Virginia defective product claims. A Harrison County product liability attorney is available to help with your case.