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Common Injuries Resulting from a Defective Stroller

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Daniel J. O'Brien
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It's difficult to understand how a product that is supposed to be designed for children could hurt them. Yet millions of children's products, including defective strollers, have been recalled. If your child was injured, then you may be eligible to pursue a Pennsylvania dangerous product claim. A Philadelphia defective product lawyer can evaluate your case.

Not all injuries from a defective product are serious. However, many children have been seriously or even fatally injured after using defective products. Some of the common injuries that can result from a defective stroller include: 

  • bumps and bruises;
  • lacerations;
  • finger amputations;
  • asphyxiation;
  • head trauma; and
  • broken bones. 

When injuries like these are sustained, they can result in expensive medical care and treatment. However, the manufacturer or anyone else involved in the making or selling of the defective stroller could be held liable for your medical expenses and other damages.

When a defective stroller leads to a Pennsylvania dangerous product claim, then you could be entitled to compensation. Consulting with a Philadelphia defective product lawyer can help you learn what your rights are. 

Help after Being Injured by a Defective Stroller

If your child has been severely injured by a defective stroller, you shouldn't have to suffer and pay for expensive medical bills that were caused by another person's negligence. Contact a Philadelphia defective product lawyer today. We will provide a free, no obligation consultation on your case - 1-877-944-8396.

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