Our Product Liability Lawyers Represent Clients Nationwide
When we purchase a product, we expect what we buy to be held up to certain standards and shouldn’t malfunction or hurt us when we use it as intended. However, some companies may take shortcuts during the manufacturing process or neglect to run thorough safety checks before selling these products to the public. This oversight can lead to serious injury or even death. Our skilled team of product liability lawyers at Pintas & Mullins Law Firm can help you receive the compensation you deserve for any defective product injuries you have sustained.
What is Product Liability?
Product liability claims can be filed against a manufacturer, distributor, supplier, or retailer when these entities have released a product that is defective and has caused serious injury to the consumer. These claims will hold companies responsible for neglecting the quality and safety of their products and for the injuries of the customers.
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- Drop-side Cribs
- GM Ignitions
- Takata Airbags
- Trinity Guardrails
- Allergan Breast Implants
- 3M Ear Plugs
If you have been injured by any of these products or ones not listed above, contact our firm for a free legal consultation today. Call (800) 311-3755.
Pintas & Mullins has a team of experienced attorneys ready to face manufacturing corporations and big business on your behalf. You should be able to trust the companies you purchase products from and that those products are safe to use. We do not charge a single legal fee unless your case has a settlement or verdict.
For a free legal consultation with a Product Liability Lawyer serving nationwide, call (800) 311-3755
Benefits of Hiring our Product Liability Lawyers
- We send our lawyers to you no matter where you live in the U.S.
- There are no legal fees unless we reach a settlement or verdict
- Our team has over 50 years of combined experience in personal injury law
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There are three major types of product liability lawsuits:
This means that the product was poorly designed and inadequately tested from the beginning, and because of these inherent flaws, any product that is manufactured based on the design will likely be defective or dangerous.
In this situation, it is not the design that causes the defect but the process of building the product itself. For this reason, the whole line of products may not be defective or dangerous except for a handful that were not manufactured correctly. Some examples of this include using the wrong materials (i.e. screws, bolts, fasteners, etc.) or dangerous chemicals during the production process. Another common manufacturing defect is the incorrect assembly of materials or installation of circuitry.
Warning Label Defects
This type of defect occurs when manufacturers do not provide clear warning labels or safety instructions for the product they are selling. If the company does not provide straightforward user instructions and safety precautions, they must be held liable for any injuries that may occur as a result.
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Product Liability Lawyer Case Results
Our client Michael (name changed to protect client) purchased a Kawasaki ATV 4-wheeler. While he was driving it, the clutch stuck and he crashed into a tree. He suffered a broken leg and damaged his knee. Later on, Michael received a notice from the manufacturer stating that his model of ATV was recalled due to a defect in the throttle. Our attorneys successfully returned a settlement of $600,000 for our client for his injuries.
Jack (name changed to protect client), an elderly gentleman, and his wife went to the Polo Towers in Las Vegas for a vacation. Two days after returning home, Jack became extremely ill. He was immediately hospitalized with a diagnosis of bilateral pneumonia. Upon further testing, the doctor learned that Jack was suffering from an unusual bacteria, and diagnosed him with an infectious disease known as Legionnaires.
Legionnaires is a waterborne disease, and it is a form of pneumonia caused by the legionella bacterium. Further investigation revealed that the air conditioning system at Polo Towers was contaminated. Due to this serious illness and resulting weakness, Jack had to retire from his job.
Our attorneys aggressively pursued a case against Polo Towers and other entities that were considered responsible for the contamination, such as the plumbing company and the water treatment service company. Due to our attorney’s diligent and aggressive work on the case, we successfully settled Jack’s case for $950,000.
Joshua (name changed to protect client) purchased a hamper for his young son, which did not have an age limit warning on it. When his son opened the hamper, a piece of metal from the side of it tore through the fabric and scratched his cornea. His son required surgery, and sustained permanent damage to his eyes. Our attorneys successfully returned a settlement of $665,000 for our client for his injuries.
If you or a loved one have been injured by a product because of the defects listed above, call us now at (800) 311-3755 to get a free legal consultation today!