What To Do When Defective Products Cause Injuries
Dangerous and defective products still injure and kill thousands of people every year, despite all of the governmental regulations and consumer protection advocates. Product liability claims are attempts by consumers to hold manufacturers, designers and sellers liable for the injuries their products have caused.
Located in Belleville, Illinois, we represent clients in product liability claims throughout central and southern Illinois, as well as the St. Louis, Missouri, metropolitan area.
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Examples Of Product Liability Accidents
Any type of product can unexpectedly injure you or a family member. There are a variety of ways to recover compensation after this type of injury. Here are some of the common types of claims:
- Design defects: These defects occur during the design of a product, which makes it dangerous to the consumer. This can occur either intentionally or unintentionally.
- Manufacturing defects: These defects occur when a product is manufactured in a way that does not adhere to design or its own manufacturing specifications.
- Marketing defects: These defects relate to improper labeling, inadequate labeling, or a failure to warn a consumer of a danger.
While any product can injure you, our firm focuses on representing clients injured by an unsafe car, farm equipment, industrial equipment, construction equipment or household appliance.
With more than 35 years of legal experience, our lawyers know how important it is to get our clients the compensation they deserve. While each case is unique, our firm will fight just as hard for every client we represent.
A Free Consultation Is Available: Contact Us Today
We can help make the right decision for you. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation about a product liability claim. Call 618-215-2412 or toll free at 866-223-2525. Our attorneys represent clients throughout Illinois and Missouri, including people in East St. Louis and Edwardsville.