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Recent Posts in Toy Safety Category

  • Beware of Unsafe Toys for Sale on Popular Websites

    ‘Tis the season for holiday shopping, but parents should be extra mindful of what toys they are buying for their children this winter. A report from the BBC has revealed a number of unsafe toys for sale on popular sites like Amazon and eBay. Safety risks included high levels of chemicals, too much lead, and the chance of intestinal blockage. Not Enough Regulation Under current laws, online ...
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  • Who Is Responsible for Faulty Playground Equipment?

    When children go to the local playground or on the play equipment at school, you would assume that they would be safe from accidental injuries caused by unsafe structures. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Poorly designed or inadequately maintained playgrounds can cause serious injuries to children. There may be action parents can take, however, to receive compensation for their child’s ...
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  • Toy Safety Tips for the Holidays

    Despite government efforts to regulate toy safety by mandating testing and certification, thousands of children are injured while playing with toys each year. In 2012, an estimated 265,000 children were treated in emergency rooms across the country for toy-related injuries. Ele ven children under 12 lost their lives because of toys. To help prevent toy-related injuries and keep your child safe, ...
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  • Toy Safety Standards

    As the holidays approach, toy safety becomes a top priority for parents. You want to give your child the latest toy that has been on their list all year, but you also want to make sure that your child stays safe at play. In recent years, the federal government has taken action to help us keep children safe. For toys made for children under the age of 14, the federal toy safety standard in the ...
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