Experienced Product Liability Attorneys
Defective products and products with improper warning labels can cause significant harm to users, even when used as intended. Medical devices and medical implants can also be a source of injury, pain, and suffering, which often require additional medical procedures and surgeries to treat. Consumers expect any product that they purchase, including medical devices will be safe when used as intended. Unfortunately, defective products can and do cause harm or even death due to negligence, at no fault to the consumer. If you have injuries from a defective product, contact our attorneys today.
Manufacturers have a duty to properly warn consumers of any hazards with their products as well as prevent any defects during manufacturing that could lead to injuries. Most of us are familiar with warning labels on products, however not all products properly warn us of all the hazards they could cause.
Common Types Of Product Liability Claims
Our attorneys have experience with these types of product liability cases:
- Medical devices and medical implants
- Dangerous drugs (read about prescription errors)
- Vehicle crashworthiness (air bag injuries, tires, brake failure, defective crumple zones, ineffective seat belts, roof crush injuries, unsafe vehicle design, etc.)
- Farm and manufacturing equipment
- Power tools and home appliances
- Failure to warn
- Improper warning labels
When manufacturers and retailers provide a product that causes harm, you may have a right to compensation for existing and future medical expenses and damages.
Contact Our Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys
It takes a skilled law firm to investigate and determine what parties can be held legally responsible for damages due to a defective product or medical device. The attorneys at DeMore Law Firm, PLLC, have over 30 years of experience representing victims of personal injury and medical malpractice, including product liability cases. Contact us today to see if you have a product liability case and explore your legal options. Call 315-413-7000 or send us an email to make arrangements for a free case evaluation.