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Dangerous Toy Claims
If your child has injured themselves whilst playing with a toy, you may be able to make a compensation claim on their behalf. Financial compensation awarded as a result of dangerous toys can help you pay for your child's medical care, as well as compensating you for the pain and suffering their injury has caused.
Grieves Solicitors is based in Huddersfield, and regularly helps families from throughout the surrounding area gain compensation following accidents involving poor toy safety. We accept claims on a 'no win, no fee' basis, meaning our clients keep 100% of the financial compensation.
The best way to avoid your child suffering accident or injury due to dangerous toys is to ensure the following toy safety guidelines are adhered to:
- Make sure the toys your child is playing with are the right age for them - there should be an age guideline on the packaging.
- Check the packaging for any warning notices, such as 'this toy contains small, detachable parts'.
- Be very wary of second hand toys - make sure you thoroughly check their safety before giving them to your child to play with.
- Make sure the toy has a CE mark, and a full name and address for the manufacturers.
Unfortunately, even the most cautious parents' children can be injured, particularly if the toy is broken, faulty or inappropriately labelled. If you suspect that your child's accident is the result of a dangerous toy, contact a solicitor as soon as possible to discuss a possible compensation claim.
Making a Compensation Claim
The specialist solicitors at Huddersfield's Grieves Solicitors can help you claim financial compensation for injuries suffered by your child following exposure to a dangerous toy. Our solicitors will provide all the legal advice and guidance you need to ensure you receive the maximum amount of compensation for your child's injuries, helping you pay medical fees and any ongoing care costs.
Because we operate on a 'no win, no fee' basis, we don't ask our clients to pay a penny; our legal fees are claimed from the opposing side's insurers at the end of the process.