Wrongful Death of a Child in California
Seeking Justice for the Wrongful Death of a Child
The loss of a child is always a tragedy. When these deaths are due to dangerous products that parents believed were safe for their infant, baby, or child, then legal action is called for. While no amount of money can replace the loss of a child, the tragic nature of these cases absolutely demands accountability from the responsible manufacturers.
At Shoop | A Professional Law Corporation, our legal team understands the seriousness of these claims and the need our clients have for justice. We have dedicated our firm to helping those who have been needlessly injured by others—especially by product manufacturers who have put their bottom line before the safety of their consumers.
Our nationwide product liability lawyers have recovered millions of dollars in this practice area and know what it takes to secure real results on behalf of our clients.
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Child Products Associated with Wrongful Death Claims
Safe child products are rigorously tested for possible dangers before being released on the market. Still, every year, regulators and experts still identify numerous baby and child products that pose a significant risk to even the youngest of children.
Products commonly associated with these cases include:
- Drop-side cribs
- Sleep positioners
- Baby co-sleepers
- Crib tents
- Crib bumpers
Many of these crib products even claim to help prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), but the fact of the matter is that the FDA has never approved any baby product to reduce the risk of SIDS.
While no specific product has been linked to causing SIDS, blankets, pillows, or other designer sleep accessories have been found to only increase the risk of strangulation, suffocation, and other injuries.
If you would like to learn more about your legal options during this difficult time, our compassionate team is ready to hear from you. Contact us to request a free and no-commitment case evaluation today.