Warshafsky Swings Playground Equipment Maker Focus from “Cheap” to “Safe”
Maximum Product Liability Verdicts for Defective Playground Equipment Change Societal Standard for Playground Safety
You’ll occasionally hear an adult speak of their youth with a misguided fondness for the glory days of a tougher, more dangerous America. Their bravado is miscalculated. The math goes like this:
Every day, American children spend millions of hours on playground equipment. Annually, hundreds of thousands of children are brought to emergency rooms directly from playgrounds. Poorly constructed slides, swing sets, monkey bars, merry-go-rounds, trampolines, ladders, fireman poles, and other playground equipment can lead to cuts, scrapes, infections, head injuries, or broken bones. By doing things like constructing slides of rot-able wood and sharp, tetanus-causing corners, playground equipment manufacturers were found at fault for the deaths of hundreds of children each decade.
Warshafsky Law Firm pursued justice on behalf of the victims by litigating against these national playground equipment companies. By extracting huge monetary awards from manufacturers, our Society Changing Judgments prompted change toward more stringent safety standards. Today, playground accident rates have been greatly reduced.
Warshafsky Law Firm provides free consultations and funds product liability lawsuits all the way through litigation and appeal. If your child has been injured at school or on a playground, we may be able to help. Our extensive resources and our no-win, no-fee platform allows our clients to go against multi-million dollar corporations to obtain the most possible money for their injuries.
If you or someone you know has been injured on a slide, swing set, ladder or other climbing equipment, contact our Wisconsin personal injury attorneys today.
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