Playground Injuries


Was Your Child Injured From Dangerous Playground Equipment?

Every year, emergency rooms across the country treat more than 200,000 children under the age of 14 for injuries suffered while using playground equipment. Whether your kids are using the swings, the slides, or the monkey bars, you trust that playground equipment will be well maintained and safe.

Defective, broken, or faulty playgrounds can cause serious injury to children. It's estimated that nearly 67% of all playground injuries are caused by equipment failure. Your child's injuries could come with a number of costs, including mounting hospital bills, lost time at work, and possible future medical expenses.

If your child was injured from faulty playground equipment, contact our attorneys right away. We'll examine the details of your situation and determine if you have a case. We'll answer all your legal questions and fight to recover the compensation your family deserves. Call us at 1-866-943-3427 or simply complete the form on the right.

Types of Dangerous Playground Equipment

Playgrounds come in all shapes and sizes, so it can be difficult to know just what to look for when your children are playing. Most playgrounds have wood chips or other soft materials covering the area to protect from falls. Keep an eye out for any sharp pieces of metal or plastic protruding from the playground. All parts should be held together securely to minimize any possible risks.

Types of defective playground equipment:

  • Park Swings (seat, chain, or base)
  • Home Swing Sets
  • Tire Swings
  • Slides
  • Tunnels
  • Jungle Gyms
  • Playground Sets
  • Seesaws
  • Ropes
  • Sliding Poles
  • Playhouses
  • Playground Fences
  • Merry-go-rounds
  • Any other playground equipment

Hire an Experienced Playground Injury Attorney

Proving fault in a playground injury case can be difficult without the right legal representation. It's important to hire a lawyer with experience representing clients injured from defective equipment.

  • If your child was injured while playing on an at-home swing set, the product may be defective. This is the manufacturer's responsibility, but they will have teams of legal professionals waiting to downplay your case.
  • If you child was injured at a public playground, it may be hard to pinpoint the responsible party. It could be a manufacturer error, have been installed incorrectly, or the distributor could have damaged it en route to the park.

Get our experienced attorney, and we'll help you sort through the details of your child's injury case.

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Evidence disappears quickly, so call us right away. We'll send investigators to preserve the evidence, and we'll fight to get you and your loved ones the maximum amount of compensation deserved.

Source: The National Program for Playground Safety
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