Injuries from Defective Products

Dangerous and defective products seriously injure or kill thousands of people each year. Regrettably, many of these injuries could have been avoided if appropriate safety and design measures were taken prior to manufacturing and distribution.

Some examples of defective products include:
  • Automobiles
  • Dangerous toys
  • Industrial machinery and equipment
  • Improperly designed consumer products
  • Prescription drugs

A product must be labeled with sufficient instructions or warnings about necessary precautions. As a result, the law protects consumers and workers from these types of products by permitting them to bring claims against manufacturers or other entities responsible for the defective product.

Axley’s personal injury attorneys have experience¬†with injuries caused by¬†automobiles, child carriers, automated doors, and many other products.

Injuries from Defective Products Attorneys

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Retained to defend the interests of a defendant in a suit for monetary damages involving the sale of a no longer manufactured ripsaw "as is, where is." The case was settled for a minimal amount.

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