Our Product Liability Attorneys Are Experts in Defective Product Lawsuits
Our experienced product liability attorneysrepresent victims of defective products. Common product liability lawsuits that we handle include UNSAFE MACHINERY and drugs, as well as defective products of any kind.
There are many examples of product liabilities, including:
- Defectively designed or manufactured products
- Products that do not live up to their respective warranties or guarantees
- Products that cause injury due to normal use
- Products that have unclear, incorrect or incomplete instructions or guidelines for use and therefore cause injury or damage
Defective products have caused serious or catastrophic injuries and death. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission advises that there are hundreds of product recalls each year. A large percentage of these recalls involve children’s products and toys. Other products recalled because of defects or dangerous conditions include automobiles, tires, furniture, household appliances, tools, and safety equipment such as smoke detectors and fire alarms. These products are designed for our safe use. When products fail because of defects they can cause serious injury including brain injury, spinal cord injury, paralysis, blindness, scarring, pain, suffering and even death.
Our product liability attorneys in New Jersey are greatly experienced and able to handle all types of lawsuits regarding defective products. We fight hard to uphold the state laws that were designed and put in place to prevent you from harm. Our winning attorneys are eager to see that our clients receive the maximum compensation due for damages or injuries caused due to a defective product. We work on a contingency basis, which means that you don’t pay a cent until you receive compensation, at which point you are charged a percentage of the settlement.
There is no fee for our services unless a recovery is won.
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If you or soemone you love has been injured by a dangerous products, then call the Baxter Law Firm and speak with an experienced Product liability trial lawyer.