Updated on: 6/1/2018
A 14-month-old toddler in Wenatchee swallowed a lithium battery last month that burned a hole in his esophagus before the problem was discovered recently.
When the toddler was first taken to the hospital, the doctors thought it was a coin, but when it was surgically removed on May 19 the doctor noticed it had started to corrode.
The young boy was later taken to Children’s Hospital in Seattle, where doctors discovered a hole in the toddlers esophagus. He is currently being treated and is expected to make a full recovery.
Seattle Child Accident Attorneys
The child injury attorneys at Davis Law Group, P.S. in Seattle sends our thoughts and prayers to the young child in the hospital. This devastating accident should have never happened. This is an example of a child accident case in which the family of the child may be able to seek financial damagies from the company who manufactured the lithium battery. This family would be well advised to seek the assistance of an experienced and skilled child accident attorney.