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Window Cord Injury Lawyers in Dallas

Helping Families in Dallas Obtain Justice

Homes that have window coverings that utilize a pull-cord or tasseled string to retract blinds or drapes present a unique danger to small children. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), window cords have caused at least 50 deaths between 2012 and 2017. Virtually all of these deaths were of children who were three years old or under.

If your infant or toddler was injured from a dangerous window cord, you might qualify for a legal remedy. To better understand the nature and extent of your legal right to such a remedy, you should contact an experienced Dallas products liability attorney who has handled window cord injury cases. At The Daspit Law Firm, we have years of invaluable experience handling personal injury matters, including dangerous, defective products cases. You can stand to benefit from our skill and sophisticated understanding of Texas products liability laws.

For more information about whether you are entitled to a legal remedy for window cord injuries, call us at (888) 568-7176 today.

Responsibility for Window Cord Injuries

Under principles of products liability law, the manufacturer of a dangerously defective product is liable for injuries that arise from someone’s use of their product. A product is considered dangerously defective if some defect in the design or manufacturing process presents an unreasonable risk of harm to the user.

The risks that window cords present to small children are undeniable. According to the CPSC and, the mortality rate from window cords makes such a product among the most significant threats to infants and toddlers. Roughly half of the deaths of children who strangle in window cords have not been reported according to the American Medical Association.

Many homes come stock with windows that utilize a pull-string, cord, or tasseled method of retracting window coverings.

In those cases, the CPSC has released the following guidelines to minimize the threat to your child:

  • Keep all window cords out of reach of small children;
  • Tuck away dangling cords in a safe manner away from children’s range;
  • Keep beds, furniture, cribs, and toys away from windows – preferably to a distant wall
  • Keep tasseled pull cords as short as possible

Looking for an Experienced Dallas Window Cord Injury Attorney?

At The Daspit Law Firm, our skilled Dallas products liability attorneys have the confidence to work with window cord injury cases. We are not intimidated by large companies such as those that produce window coverings with dangerous window cords. Our attorneys have dedicated years of their practice to representing injured Dallas residents, to help hold reckless commercial entities responsible for recklessly introducing dangerous products to the general consumer public.

Contact The Daspit Law Firm online or call us at (888) 568-7176 to schedule a free consultation about your case today.

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