Products are meant to be used safely by consumers. When you buy a product, you have certain rights – the most basic of which being the right to be safe while using the product. There are many regulations in place to protect consumers from defective and dangerous products. Frequently, these products aren’t investigated until a significant number of people have been injured.

 

Products liability is an area of personal injury law that deals with injuries sustained by the use of dangerous or defective products. Manufacturers, distributors and resellers have a responsibility to deliver products free from defect and to make good faith efforts to assume that responsibility.

When a company fails in its obligation to manufacture safe products to the consumer, harm and injury can be caused. Were you or a family member injured by an unsafe or defective product? If so, you may be eligible for compensation.

The team of attorneys at Wilson Kehoe Winingham can help. We are experienced in products liability law and can help provide you with information as to your legal rights.

Cases for Defective Products

Products liability law is a broad category. A number of cases fall under the umbrella. Wilson Kehoe Winingham has experience with the following types of product liability:

  • Pharmaceutical products
  • Food products
  • Tobacco products
  • Medical devices
  • Tools and machinery
  • Weapons and firearms
  • Children’s products
  • Toys and recreational equipment
  • Clothing
  • Motor vehicles such as cars, trucks, and motorcycles
  • Pesticides, mold, asbestos, and other toxic substances
  • Car accessories, including airbags, child car seats, seat belts, and tires

Success in Products Liability Cases

Defective products cases tend to be complicated. Each area of products liability law has specific procedures necessary for a positive outcome. Wilson Kehoe Winingham is experienced in handling even the most complicated products liability cases.

Compensation is determined by the unique circumstances of your claim. Areas of compensation we typically pursue include the following:

  • Lost wages from the date of your injury
  • Diminished earning capacity
  • Medical bills
  • Pain and suffering
  • Funeral expenses, in cases of wrongful death

While reviewing your case during a free consultation, we’ll discuss your compensation eligibility options.

If you or a family member have been injured by a defective or badly designed product, contact the personal injury attorneys at Wilson Kehoe Winingham for a free case evaluation.

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