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Friday, September 17, 2010

Chuck E. Cheese Toy Recall

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in cooperation with Health Canada and Chuck E. Cheese's Restaurants, issued a recall Wednesday of approximately 1.2 million Chuck E. Cheese's toys given to children in restaurants across the US and Canada. The recall affects Chuck E. Cheese's light-up rings and star eyeglasses, both of which contain a small battery that can be removed and swallowed by small children if the toys' plastic shells are broken or pulled apart. If swallowed, the battery can cause serious damage to a child's digestive system.

CPSC has recommended that parents take these defective toys away from children immediately and bring them back to a Chuck E. Cheese's for a refund of one dollar for the light-up rings and $4.99 for the star glasses. If you worry that your child may have swallowed the dangerous battery, seek medical attention for your child right away to determine if there is, indeed, a problem. If your child is injured by these defective toys, you can file a report with the CPSC and contact an experienced defective products liability attorney to discuss your legal options.

Defective toys that are dangerous to children are a serious problem in the US and Canada, where cheap toys made overseas are not always subjected to serious safety testing and inspection before being imported. The defective product personal injury lawyers of The Cochran Firm represent defective product injury victims and their families nationwide.

If you or your child has been injured by the recalled defective Chuck E. Cheese's toys or any other defective product, please contact The Cochran Firm's defective product injury attorneys today for a free evaluation of your case.

posted by Benjamin A. Irwin at 11:58 AM

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