Your Legal Rights After A Playground Injury
One would not normally assume that playgrounds would be unsafe areas for children and that the product safeguards would be of utmost concern for the organizations that manage them, but according to the Center for Disease Control:
Each year in the United States, emergency departments treat more than 200,000 children ages 14 and younger for playground-related injuries.
Unfortunately, all too many children's products are manufactured annually without the proper testing. When children are injured due to these faulty products, emotions can be overwhelming. The Missouri law firm of Norton & Norfleet is here to help you and those you love.
How Was Your Child Injured?
If your child has been injured on another's property due to improperly manufactured equipment, improper maintenance or negligent supervision, we are ready to take our more than 60 years of experience to work toward a best possible outcome in the form of compensation.
Our Kansas City lawyers are prepared to investigate and advocate on your behalf on cases involving:
- Failure to inspect and repair damaged playground equipment including broken climbing equipment
- Improper surfaces where children jump or land
- Poorly maintained equipment
- Protruding objects from surfaces
- Sharp edges
- Platforms without guardrails
- Equipment that is not recommended for playgrounds
We know how complex these cases can be, so like all of our advocacy in personal injury, we are prepared to work exclusively on contingency so that you can care for your child while we work toward your compensation.
Contact Norton & Norfleet to speak with one of our Kansas City playground injury attorneys by calling us locally at 816-454-5800 or at 866-251-5423 toll free. You may also email us with your questions or to schedule a meeting.