Defective Products

Thousands of injuries and deaths happen each year because of defective and unsafe products. A product is considered defective if it is unreasonably dangerous, does not carry sufficient warnings or if the manufacturer fails to provide complete and adequate instructions for use of the product. Defective products can include any product sold to the public including drugs, vehicles, retail goods, tools, equipment, medical devices and consumer electronics. Product liability claims are often complex and expert intensive. Injuries from products can be severe and permanently disabling.