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Product Liability

Product Liability

If a defective product has left you or a loved one injured or otherwise harmed, you’ve come to the right place. The expert product liability attorneys at our firm have represented countless successful cases. We understand that manufacturer/retailer negligence can end up in unsafe products on the market, leaving victims devastated. Personal injuries resulting from defective products may cause costly medical bills, loss of earning capacity, and a variety of other damages. If you feel that you have been wronged as a customer of a manufacturer and retailer because their product was unsafe for its intended use, contact our firm today. Our client-based approach has won countless claims for victims like yourself. Let us represent your interests, while you and your family focus on recovery.

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Remember, victims of defective products may have a limited amount of time to file their product liability claims. The statute of limitation on these inherently nuanced cases varies by geographic location. It is vital that you employ the services of an expert attorney to guide you through this process.

Common categories of defective products involved in product liability claims include (but are not limited to):

  • Auto defects
  • Children’s Products
  • Furniture
  • Medical devices
  • Clean products
  • Household Appliances
  • Food
  • Sporting Equipment

When the victim can provide definitive provide proof that the product in question has caused considerable harm and/or was not rationally safe for its intended purpose, their claim will be successful. This begs the question, what makes a product be considered unsafe? Examples of these unsafe conditions include (but are not limited to):

  • A manufacturing defect exists.
  • Inadequate instruction for product use.
  • Unsafe or defective product design.
  • Battery explosions in electronic devices

A product is considered a liability if it is harmful to you and the people around you. If a product has no instruction label on it, is not self-explanatory, and/or can be dangerous if used improperly, it is considered a product liability. If you or a loved one have suffered at the hands of a manufacturer/retailer due to a faulty product

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