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Was Your Child Seriously Hurt by a Defective Kids' Product?

Most people would expect companies to take great care when designing and manufacturing their products, especially if those products are to be used by children. After all, selling defective children's products is egregiously irresponsible behavior. Sadly, thousands of child injuries and fatalities from defective and dangerous children's products are reported every year. If your child has been injured, or worse, in an incident involving a defective product, it is highly advised that you seek legal help for your lawsuit.

Call the Grant Law Office at (404) 995-3955, or submit an online contact form to schedule a free case evaluation with one of our experienced and compassionate Atlanta product liability attorneys. Our firm fights hard for seriously injured children and their families. Please let us help you get the compensation you need and the justice you deserve for the losses you have suffered as a result of a manufacturer's negligence.

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What Are Common Defective Children's Products?

There are two types of defects which can impact a child's product: design and manufacturing. A design defect is much more severe since it affects a whole line of products, whereas manufacturing defects are more localized to specific factories with shoddy machines or processes.

Every year, multiple children's products are recalled due to design or manufacturing defects. The most common types of defective and dangerous children's products are:

  • Child car seats
  • Defective cribs and furniture
  • Dangerous toys
  • Flammable clothes

To search for a defective product that has been recalled or to file a report for an unsafe product, visit, a website affiliated with the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

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What Damages Can I Recover in a Defective Children's Product Lawsuit?

In order to have a viable lawsuit against the product manufacturer, you must be able to prove that the product in question is defective and dangerous. We can help with that. Our firm works with top industry experts to strengthen our clients' claims. You may be entitled to compensation for damages such as:

  • Medical expenses
  • Home modifications
  • Special schooling and care
  • Physical rehabilitation
  • Pain and suffering

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Georgia Child Injury Lawyers You Can Trust

If your child was killed or seriously injured due to a defective product, we know that no amount of money can make up for the trauma you and your family face. However, compensation from the liable manufacturer can help ensure that your child gains access to the best medical treatments available. So, contact an Atlanta injury lawyer at our office at at (404) 995-3955 and get your child started on the path to recovery.

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