Defective Children’s Products

Chicago Defective Children’s Products Lawyers

At Romanucci & Blandin, our Chicago defective children’s products attorneys take action against the manufacturers of:

  • Defective sporting goods (defective metal bats, defective helmets)
  • Defective playground equipment (defective swing sets, defective slides)
  • Defective toys
  • Defective cribs
  • Defective highchairs
  • Defective car seats
  • Defective window blind cords

Throughout Illinois and northwest Indiana, parents of injured children turn to our lawyers in these cases because we bring more than a decade of experience and a reputation for results.

No Opponent Is Too Big For Us

Our opponents in these cases are often large national or international companies. When a defective children’s product claim is filed against one of these companies, the company does not approach the matter as if it is defending against a single claim. It approaches the case knowing that if it loses, it may be forced to recall hundreds or thousands of products. The door would also be open to other claims from families whose children have been hurt. Incidentally, that is exactly what we want.

Keeping Defective Products Away From Children

In one of our many successes, a lawsuit we filed was instrumental in initiating the recall of the Slalom Glider playground slide. This defective product had caused the injury of numerous children throughout the country. We put a stop to that.

We take pride in the fact that the work we do leads to defective and dangerous products being taken out of the hands of children. We are happy to pave the way for other families who have suffered due to a manufacturer’s negligence. Of course, we also want to make certain that you get the compensation you need to cover your child’s medical treatment and to offset the pain and suffering caused by the defective children’s product.

Free Consultation With An Elgin Dangerous Toys Attorney

Call 312-458-1000 or email. All defective children’s products cases are handled on a contingency basis, meaning you do not pay unless we provide results.