Injured by A Defective Or Dangerous Product?

Manufacturers, designers, distributors and retailers owe customers a duty of care. When a customer is injured by a product, they can usually hold one of these parties responsible for their negligence.

Different causes of products liability cases include:

  • Defective manufacture: A product that was created incorrectly or poorly
  • Defective design: A product with inherent flaws/defects
  • Failure to warn: Insufficient warnings about a product's potential to be dangerous

Manufacturers should always take the time to test their products to ensure they are safe for the general public. Too often, big companies are motivated by profit only, which causes them to rush a product into the market without taking the time to consider the safety of customers. Injuries can range from brain injuries and burns to loss of limbs.

When you sustain a serious injury, your life may be permanently altered. If you were injured by a defective product, our Pennsylvania personal injury attorneys at McCormick & Vilushis LLC can demand full accountability from a manufacturer to ensure that others do not have to endure the same pain and suffering that you did.

What Damages Am I Entitled To In A Products Liability Case?

Often, the individuals who suffer from a products liability accident are children. Whether you or a loved one was injured because of a defective tire, toy or household item, you should take action today. You could be entitled to damages that include medical bills, loss of wages, pain and suffering, permanent disability, loss of consortium, and more. Whether a manufacturer, distributor or retailer are liable for a defective product (or all three), we will make sure that you have a strong advocate on your side to fight for the compensation and justice you deserve.

Call the experienced products liability attorneys at McCormick & Vilushis LLC for a free consultation today!

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