Have you been injured by a defective or poorly designed product? If so, you might be entitled to compensation from the companies insurance provider.
Having a product liability attorney can help you recover from any injury or damages sustained. In addition to helping with cases regarding negligent product performance or design, a product liability attorney can represent you in a case involving food poisoning and other ill effects suffered due to a lack of corporate responsibility. Every year, thousands of people are injured by products found to have design flaws and safety hazards, an attorney on your team is the first step to recovery.
If you’re harmed using a defective product, the company could be responsible and has insurance policies in place to compensate victims.
In order to have the best case for a successful claim, an attorney with products liability experience will help document damages, losses, and other potential areas of recovery and present them to the insurance company. US laws and regulations are in place to protect consumers. One of these is the Consumer Protection Act which requires that companies thoroughly test and ensure their products meet rigorous safety standards. Even if the product doesn’t have a disclaimer, any product made available for consumer sale in the United States has an implied warranty, which means that the company is responsible for its integrity, with or without a specific label. Additionally, if you suffer an injury from a product that was recently recalled a recall doesn’t absolve the company of liability.
Depending on the case, there may be multiple levels of negligence, each requiring careful examination, research, documentation. At The Levy Firm we’ll identify all liable parties, be it manufacturer, wholesaler, or retailer, and do our best to collect the maximum amount possible. If you feel that a company has placed profits over safety and their negligence caused or contributed to an injury, speak to a products liability attorney at The Levy Firm PLLC and understands all your options for compensation.