Have You Suffered Injuries From A Defective Product?

Product liability is that area of law which refers to the liability imposed on manufacturers, distributors, retailers and suppliers of products to the public when these products are dangerous or defective, causing injury to the consumer.  Under product liability laws, these companies have a duty to protect consumers from dangers or hazards connected with the use of their products.  Even when the company is not negligent in its manufacture or design, it may still be held liable for damages to consumers injured by its defective products.

If you or someone you know has sustained serious personal injuries from a defective product, we highly recommended that you consult with the Los Angeles personal injury attorney at our firm.  After evaluating your case, we can determine what legal steps may be taken on your behalf.  Our personal injury attorney has decades of experience in handling personal injury claims and lawsuits.  When you work with our firm, you can be confident that your injury case is in capable and skilled hands.

Defective Product Cases

In a viable injury case stemming from the use of a defective product, the claimant may recover among other things, financial compensation for medical expenses, lost earnings, lost earning potential and pain and suffering.  Defective products may include appliances such as dishwashers and ovens, defective auto parts including tires, seat belts, brakes, airbags and more, autos such as those with rollover risks or defective systems, such as the recent incidence of problems with Toyotas, baby and child products, such as cribs, car seats, and toys, Chinese drywall, denture cream, defective medical devices, food products, household goods, pharmaceutics and more.

In any product liability case where you have suffered serious personal injuries, let the Los Angeles defective product lawyer at our firm help.  Our attorney will handle all of the legal aspects of your claim or lawsuit while you recover from your injuries.  Rest assured that you will be in the hands of an experienced lawyer who will do everything within his power to maximize you recovery and get you the justice you deserve.  That is the service our firm provides to all prospective clients.

Have you been injured by a defective product?   Contact the Los Angeles Defective Product Lawyer at our firm today!



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