Injuries caused by defective products often come as a surprise. But sometimes products are defective, and such defects can lead to serious injuries and all that comes with them—including medical bills, lost work, and possibly ongoing health issues that make it impossible to lead the life you once did.
When you or someone you care for is injured by a defective product, you may be able to take legal action and get compensation. There are a number of different parties that might be responsible, including manufacturers, distributors, retailers and more. The most effective way to pursue a lawsuit against these parties is to hire an experienced personal injury attorney. That’s where we come in. Our firm is here to help you determine if you have a case. If you do, you can depend on us to pursue it with all the resources at our disposal. Contact us now to learn more.
Who Was Responsible?
Defective product cases can be complex because there are often multiple parties that must be investigated to prove negligence. The product had one or more designers, manufacturers, distributors, etc. While it may only be one of these parties that is responsible for the defect, often a defective product case will pursue multiple parties.
Filing a Defective Product Lawsuit
The process of filing a defective product lawsuit can vary depending on the state, but there are certain factors that apply in all such cases. If you think that your injuries were caused by any of the following, please contact our firm.
Common Defective Product Suits
It is possible for any product to be defective, which means there are a wide variety of potential product liability cases. Some of the most common suits we handle include:
How Haymond Law Can Help With Your Defective Product Case
A successful product liability suit must be carefully constructed. Laws vary by region and there are often multiple parties that must be investigated to get to the bottom of what happened. To ensure fair compensation, the case must be strong and address every mistake that was made from design to sale. Fortunately, our legal team is well-equipped to handle every facet of this process.
With offices in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, and Florida, we have local product liability attorneys in your area. They are familiar with the laws related to product liability, and they are experienced in building effective cases on behalf of injured clients. From the moment you contact us to ask about the possibility of a case, to the final stages of the settlement or court process, you will have a dependable professional at your side to represent your best interests.
We are interested in getting you fair compensation and will do everything we can to achieve this goal.
Contact Our Firm to Speak With a Defective Product Attorney
If you or someone you care for has been injured by a defective product, please contact our firm. Remember, if we take your case you only pay if we win. Otherwise, there is no cost to you.