If you’ve been injured by a dangerous consumer product, you may have an easier time recovering compensation for your injuries than those who are injured in other ways.
the legal rules concerning who is responsible for defective or dangerous products—is different from ordinary injury liability law, and this set of rules sometimes makes it easier for an injured person to recover damages. For several reasons, the law has developed a doctrine known as “strict liability” that allows a person injured by a defective or unexpectedly dangerous product to recover compensation from the maker or seller of the product without showing that the manufacturer or seller was actually negligent.
If you think you might have a case, contact us for an evaluation. We are experienced with cases like yours and can tell you at the outset whether it is worthwhile to pursue legal action. If you are unlikely to prevail, we will tell you, and you will not need to incur the time and expense of pursuing an unpromising claim.