Holding Negligent Product Makers Accountable
When an entity, whether a person, company, or corporation, places a product on the market, it has a duty to ensure that the product is designed and manufactured correctly. When a defectively designed or manufactured product causes injury to you or someone you know, the designers and the sellers of that product may be liable. More importantly, if you have encountered a defective product, chances are that others will also encounter it and may also sustain injury, so acting quickly not only preserves your own rights, but also may save another person from injury.
Big corporations and companies invest substantial time and money in bringing products to market, so when they are faced with a claim that one of their products is defective, they typically have a lot to lose – not just on your claim, but with respect to potential recalls or other injuries by other purchasers of the defective product. This means that those big corporations and companies will fight hard to defeat your recovery. Contact the law firm of Conlon Tarker, P.C. in Butler, Pennsylvania, for experienced attorneys ready to stand up for your rights and take the fight to those corporate giants.
Defective Products Can Be Found Anywhere:
- We see cases of injuries resulting from defective products in the home and at work. If defective, nearly anything can cause injury, including home appliances, health products, medical products, automobiles (including component parts such as seat belts, air bags, tires, and child seats), tools, toys, and so on.
- A defective product can be caused by a number of deficiencies. Improper design, inadequate testing, faulty manufacture, and ineffective warnings are just some of the ways in which a product may be hazardous to its intended user. In evaluating your potential case, we will consider all of these alternatives to establish liability against the product manufacturers and sellers.
- A prompt and through investigation is important to success. Evidence must be preserved. Witnesses must be identified. Injuries must be documented. Our attorneys and investigators will assist you in collecting and maintaining the evidence necessary to evaluate and pursue your case.
- Injury sustained due to a defective product in the workplace may result in complex claims involving workers’ compensation and third-party liability claims. It is important to identify these claims and pursue all available avenues of recovery, while working with your employer to ensure that evidence is preserved to permit your potential claim against the product manufacturer. The attorneys at Conlon Tarker, P.C. have an established history of pursuing these complex claims to successful conclusion, ensuring fair and just compensation for their clients.
Employing Experts to Help Us Build Your Case
Expert analysis is almost always crucial to success in a defective product case. Big corporations typically respond to a defective product claim by immediately retaining the most prominent expert in the field that they can find. Because our attorneys have a great deal of experience in both defending and pursuing these cases, they have worked with many of the prominent experts in the field. This experience allows us to select the right expert for your case and prepare to effectively contradict the experts retained by the product’s manufacturers and/or sellers.
At Conlon Tarker, P.C., we believe in performance, not promises. If you require experienced legal assistance in the handling of your defective products case, contact our firm today. We offer free consultations and do not collect a fee unless you are compensated for your injuries. Call 888.312.5366 or 724.602.4317.