When you purchase a product, you expect that the manufacturer has done the proper due diligence to ensure that the product is safe for use. It can be an alarming discovery to realize that your product is unsafe and has left you reeling with the consequences in the form of a serious injury.
What You Should Know About Manufacturer Responsibility
The manufacturer of a product has the responsibility to produce a product that is fit for use and not dangerous when used properly. If a company manufactures a defective product that causes a serious injury, the injured victim has a right to compensation for medical expenses, financial losses, pain, and suffering.
When you have been hurt and it’s the manufacturer’s fault, you need to take legal action in order to protect yourself.
Our firm has extensive experience in personal injury cases involving defective products, dangerous goods and other acts of negligence. We work to maximize the compensation our clients receive.
Kinds of Defective Products Most Likely to Injure Consumers
Our firm represents clients in a variety of product liability cases including:
- Defective consumer products
- Defective industrial products
- Dangerous toys such as those containing lead
- Defective vehicles and vehicle components such as tires and faulty airbags
- Other cases involving defective products