Advocating For Injured Consumers
As consumers, we trust that the products we purchase and use are safe. Unfortunately, dangerous products often find their way into homes, hospitals, offices, businesses and other establishments.
When corporations put profit over people and introduce dangerous products into the market, we hold them accountable.
What Is Product Liability
Product liability relates to any harm to consumers that stems from marketing misrepresentation, manufacturing defects, poor design, labeling errors or additional risks relating to the product. Some common defective products that may cause consumers to suffer injury or death include:
- Children’s toys, clothing and furniture
- Over-the-counter medication
- Prescription medication
- Motor vehicles
- Medical devices
- Implants and prosthetics
- Food and beverages
Although specific government agencies monitor the safety of products, faulty products still regularly make their way into the market. As a consumer, you may not be aware of these defects until it is too late.
Do You Think You Have a Case? Talk to Us Today.
As your personal injury lawyers, we represent you on a contingency fee basis, which means that you do not have to pay us any legal fees unless and until you win your case. If we win, we are paid a percentage of your recovery as our fee. If you don’t win, you owe us no fees. Unless we agree otherwise, if you don’t win, you owe us no costs either.
Going to Trial
Most cases settle out-of-court; however, if the parties in a defective or dangerous product liability case cannot agree to an out-of-court settlement, the case will proceed to trial in a court of law. This can be a lengthy process be in a state or federal trial court and the decision is subject to review by an appeals court. Adam Soll will be with you the entire way through this process.
If you have been injured due to the malfunction or failure of a consumer product, medical device, vehicle, or other item and have any questions regarding your legal rights, CALL US for a free consultation.