Holding Companies Responsible For Creating Or Designing Dangerous And Defective Products
Defective products pose serious risks to consumers. When a product is defective or dangerous, it can cause severe injuries, including lacerations, amputations, eye injuries, blindness and even death. When confronted with evidence that it created a dangerous or defective product, businesses are likely to fight hard to deny their liability. For these and other reasons, it is critical to have a team of skilled lawyers on your side.
At Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP, our lawyers have litigated many product liability cases on behalf of victims. We have seen the trauma caused by defective products, which is why we are devoted to protecting victims and fighting for our clients’ rights during this difficult time.
Product Liability Cases And Our Role
We have experience handling a variety of product liability cases involving:
- Defective automobiles, including Takata air bag recalls, tires failing or treads separating, vehicles not crashworthy and rollovers
- Defective and dangerous medical devices, including hip implants, surgical staples, IVC filters and more
- Defective tools, including lawn mowers, nail guns and other tools
- Dangerous or unsafe amusement park rides
- Dangerous prescription drugs, including Xarelto, Zofran and others
- Dangerous toys
- Unsafe food and beverages
Our defective product attorneys have the experience, skills and resources to fight on your behalf. We will work hard to help you get the compensation you deserve and hold manufacturers and companies accountable for their defective and dangerous products.
We are well-informed about current product liability standards and product recalls. This helps us create a strong case on your behalf to get you the best possible resolution. We know how hard life can be after suffering an injury. Let us handle everything for you so you can focus on recovering.
Contact Us Today | We Don’t Get Paid Unless We Win
With an office in Wilmington, we help victims of defective products throughout the state. If you’ve been injured or harmed by a defective product, call us at 302-298-0370 or contact us online. We offer free initial consultations.