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Friday, January 6, 2017

Child Button Battery Lawsuits and Defective Toy Lawsuits by Texas Button Battery Lawyer and Defective Toy Lawyer

Child Button Battery Health Alert: Defective Button Battery Toys and Other Button Battery Products Can Cause Significant Injuries to Infants and Young Children by Texas Defective Toy Lawyer and Texas Button Battery Defective Product Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

With the increased use of button batteries in several types of products has come an increased health risk to infants and young children.  This risk is from defective toys, defective baby monitors, and other defective products that have easy accessible battery compartments with button batteries that allow infants and young children to access button batteries and potentially swallow the batteries.  Once an infant or young child ingests or inserts one or more button batteries into them, it can case significant injuries or even death. 

Parents and other caretakers of young children should be made aware of this potential button battery danger and makers of toys and other products used by or around young children should ensure that proper measures are taken to protect young children from this danger.  For more information on this topic, please go to the following web page: Button Battery Health Risk: Defective Toy Button Battery Lawyer.

Dangerous and Defective Products Including Defective Toys, Defective Baby Monitors, Defective Flashlights, Defective Cribs, and Defective Car Seats That Are Unreasonably Dangerous to Small Children Should be Reported to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission

Dangerous and defective products including dangerous button battery toys, defective cribs, defective button battery children's products, and defective car seats should be properly reported to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.  Additionally, product recalls are listed on the Consumer Product Safety Commission's website and can be a useful resource in ensuring that your home or business is safe for young children.  It is also important to check the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to make sure that the toys, car seats, food, and cribs that you are buying are safe and have no known safety defects.

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