Just before Christmas 2013 the U.S. PIRG (Public Interest Research Group) Education Fund released its annual exposé of dangerous toys, Trouble in Toyland. The consumer watchdog group identified 24 toys on the market which it deemed dangerous.
It is now several years later and despite the efforts of the U.S. PIRG Education Fund many of these toxic toys have been sold and passed into the hands of our children. What legal options do parents have if their child has been injured by one of these toys?
In my latest post at kidinjurylaw.com I discuss legal options parents of injured children possess. I start by highlighting some of the more dangerous toys identified in the Trouble in Toyland report. You can read the full post here.