With the recent problems with lead present in toys and other products liability issues in addition to the upcoming holiday season, Chicago products liability lawyers Levin & Perconti is offering tips for avoiding dangerous toys in the household.
1. Always supervise children when they are charging batteries or using a toys that require something to be plugged in.
2. Read a toy’s label. Look at a toy’s age and safety recommendations.
3. Pick toys with parts firmly attached. Do not buy toys with a lot of loose parts for little children.
4. Throw out plastic wrapping after toys are opened. Plastic wrapping can also be dangerous for children in a household.