Toys R Us Sued For $65M After Boy Impales Eye On Stroller

Law360, New York (February 7, 2013, 6:55 PM EST) -- A New York man sought $65 million in damages from Toys R Us Inc. on Thursday after his 16-month-old son's eye was impaled on the handle of a toy stroller that the store allegedly sold despite knowing it was dangerously defective.

William Sanner says Toys R Us was negligent and reckless in failing to include sufficient warnings as to the multiple dangerous defects of a stroller made by Graco Children's Products Inc., a company whose products have previously been tied to reports of amputation and infant strangulation deaths.

Sanner's son lost an eye after falling onto a tipped-over Graco Umbrella Stroller...

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