Category Archives: Child Injury Lawsuits

Are Warning Labels Enough to Protect Toy Manufacturers in the Case of Children’s’ Injuries?

For any toys manufactured for children under the age of fourteen, the CPSCA (Consumer Product Safety Consumer Act), along with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, sets strict standards for product design and safety. Federal regulation and legislation provide a very … Continue reading

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Was Your Child Seriously Injured On a Trampoline?

According to the patent owner, competitive gymnast George Nissen, recreation was not the intended purpose of the modern-day trampoline. Instead, the original intention of the modern-day trampoline was athletic training, namely as a tumbling device. Shortly after their introduction, they … Continue reading

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Can Birth Injuries Be Caused By Labor Inducing Drugs?

When a woman is past her due date, her obstetrician may decide to induce labor to avoid delaying the birth any longer. When childbirth is delayed, both mother and child can face certain risks. Not only can the unborn baby … Continue reading

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Who is Liable for Driveway Backup Accidents?

Driveway backup accidents occur when a child is playing in the driveway, and a person unknowingly backs out of the driveway in their vehicle, causing serious injury or death to the child. Whether the gear was shifted into neutral and … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Child From Playground Concussions

Parents want nothing more than the best for their children, and will go to great lengths to protect them from harm. So when it comes to head injuries, most parents consider the potential risk when signing their kids up for … Continue reading

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Can a Property Owner Be Held Liable for Injuries to a Trespassing Child?

Children are filled with curiosity and liveliness, two highly influential factors to their growth and development. But sometimes curiosity and spirit can initiate boldness, which can get children into trouble; trouble, at the most unfortunate times, being injury or harm. … Continue reading

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Tips for Childproofing Dangerous Areas of a Home

Whether you are new to parenting, or you are interested in taking on some babysitting jobs from within your own house, it is important to know which areas of a home to childproof. Common sense will tell anyone to put … Continue reading

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E-Cigarettes and Nicotine Poisoning

This year alone, Poison Control has received more than 2,500 reports of nicotine poisoning. The worst part is that more than 50% of those reports were children under the age of six! This is an evident increase in nicotine poisoning, … Continue reading

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How Do I File a Personal Injury Claim for My Child?

Nothing is more horrific than seeing a child in pain, especially when he or she is your own. As parents and guardians, we try our best to protect the most precious things in our lives; however, children are bound to … Continue reading

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