Products Liability

image-2_Products LiabilityWhat is product liability?No one uses a product expecting it to break or fail. When a product’s defect becomes apparent, it can take the user by surprise. If the defect causes a serious injury, the manufacturer, wholesaler or seller may be liable for damages.

When you purchase a product, you expect that it will function properly – free from defects. Sometimes, a product flaw may cause serious injuries or accidents. All companies involved in the production of these products may be held responsible for damages that arise.

Every year, thousands are injured by defective products that have been carelessly developed, advertised or sold by irresponsible companies.

Poorly designed, built and marketed products are responsible for countless numbers of injuries and even death on an annual basis.

In light of the serious challenges that the victims of dangerous or defective products often face, product liability laws allow consumers to hold the manufacturers of these products accountable for their negligence in producing an unsafe product and the harm it causes.

People who have been injured by these critically flawed products have the right to demand that the manufacturers pay for the damages that their negligence has caused. Product Liability Laws are the vehicle to hold them accountable.

Injuries caused by defective products can range from unpleasant side effects to bodily harm and even death. Anyone who is a victim of an unsafe product may be awarded damages to be paid by the manufacturer, designer, or seller of that product.

The wide range of injuries sustained by victims of improperly designed or built products go from minor cuts and bruises all the way to death. Our firm zealously represents our clients – most often successfully getting the maximum damages allowable.

A sampling of the types of products that are often involved in product liability suits are:

Products that may pose a danger to consumers include:

Toys with lead paint, choking hazards, or other unsafe pieces.

  • Faulty or defective tires
  • Malfunctioning safety devices (such as faulty airbags or seat belts)
  • Dangerous medications with harmful side effects
  • Tools or equipment that break while in use

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to a faulty product, contact a proven product liability lawyer. Our attorneys will fight for your rights and will even talk to you about your situation for FREE during your confidential case evaluation.

Our trial lawyers have handled many product liability cases and can assist you with your personal situation. Contact us today at (561) 123-1234 for your FREE and confidential case evaluation, and take the first step toward finding justice.

When you are in need of effective and experienced Product Liability Attorneys who have a tremendous track record of achieving maximum awards, we are your solution.