What should I know if my child is injured by a toy? | Shapiro, Washburn & Sharp

In many cases, the fault in the injury case could be not with the parents but with the toy manufacturer. All too often, the manufacturer may have designed the toy improperly or may have manufactured it cheaply to boost corporate profits. Even though the Consumer Product Safety Commission has strict testing requirements for toys, not every manufacturer follows the rules. If you suspect the toy was defective, you should contact a product defect attorney in North Carolina or Virginia.