Thousands of people and millions of consumers are injured annually due to faulty and defective products. When an issue is realized, product recalls can help to remove these products from the market, but prior to this realization many products result in injury or death.
If you or a loved one has been injured due to a product that you believe was defective, it's important to partner with an experienced Cranston product liability attorney who can comprehensively investigate the situation, determine if there was negligence involved and move toward a best-possible outcome for you and your loved ones.
Holding Negligent Manufacturers Accountable in Providence and Beyond
When product manufacturers don't ensure the safety of their products and someone is injured, the manufacturer can be held liable if negligence is determined. Designers, engineers, retailers and wholesalers are all too often lax about their standards and don't take the adequate precautions to ensure consumer safety. It is the civil justice process that is a powerful mechanism to hold them accountable.
A Cranston Personal Injury Law Firm With a History of Success
For over 75 years, we at the law firm of Kirshenbaum & Kirshenbaum have been working with partnering with clients in personal injury law, obtaining over a million dollars annually. While we know the complexity involved with product liability cases, we're ready and willing to stand up with consumers to hold companies accountable for distributing dangerous products. We believe it's important that these events aren't repeated.
Our Rhode Island personal injury attorneys are ready to work with you on dangerous and defective product cases involving:
- Faulty medication
- Improperly designed machinery
- Unsafe children's toys
- Faulty cribs
Call for a Free Consultation With a Providence Area Attorney
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to a dangerous or defective consumer good, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact our Rhode Island product liability lawyers online or call 888-591-9976 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case.