You should be able to trust that what you buy will be reasonably safe, as long as you follow the manufacturer’s instructions and use the product as it is meant to be used. Unfortunately, hundreds of recalls are issued in the United States each year by companies which unreasonably place unsafe products on the market. Sometimes, those recalls come too late to prevent consumers from getting hurt.
You have a right to sue any company that caused you physical harm by selling you a defective product. Working with a Blue Bell defective products lawyer at Ostroff Injury Law will increase your chances of a positive case result.
An experienced attorney like Founding Partner Jon Ostroff can demand the monetary damages you deserve for your ordeal. He has been involved in cases leading to the recovery of millions of dollars for the families of numerous individuals killed or seriously injured in product liability “design” cases involving dangerous forklifts, ladders, treadmills, exercise and fitness equipment, and other dangerous products at home or in the workplace. Regardless of what type of product caused your injuries, our well-respected legal team is prepared to fight for you.
“Strict Liability” for Product Defects
Most of the time, suing someone else for an injury involves proving they were directly responsible for causing that injury through their own reckless or careless actions. In legal terms, this is known as “negligence.” Although it is possible to sue a product manufacturer for negligently injuring a customer, it is more common and often easier to hold them “strictly liable” for your injury by proving the following facts:
- The product was defective in a specific way
- The defect existed when the manufacturer gave up direct control over the product—for example, when they sent it to a distributor or sold it directly to you
- The product was in the same condition when it reached you as it was when it left the manufacturer’s direct control
- The defect in the product was the direct cause of your physical injury
- You were using the product the way it was supposed to be used—or in a way the manufacturer should have known a reasonable person might use it—when you were injured
As our Blue Bell attorneys can further explain, defects that can allow for a product liability type of claim include defects in design, manufacturing, and marketing. If a product is unreasonably dangerous because it had a crucial design flaw, was manufactured incorrectly, or did not have instructions for safe usage, the manufacturer may be strictly liable for any resulting injury.
Getting Paid for Every Injury and Loss
Defective product claims based on strict liability allow injured people to seek payment for various forms of harm. Specifically, our product liability lawyers in Montgomery County can fight for compensation to cover:
- Pain and suffering
- All medical bills
- Property damage, including the cost of replacing the defective product
- Lost work wages
- Lost ability to work
- Loss of life’s pleasures
Product manufacturers have many resources and tend to fight hard against lawsuits like this. Help from our renowned product liability lawyers in Blue Bell is essential to getting you the money you need.
Hire a Blue Bell Defective Products Attorney Today
Any time a company puts an unsafe product on the market, they put innocent consumers at risk of suffering severe injuries. Corporate greed like this should never be accepted. Filing a lawsuit against a company that harms you is often the best way of seeking justice.
At Ostroff Injury Law, a Blue Bell defective products lawyer will be the ally you need to effectively pursue your case. Call today to learn how our firm will work tirelessly for you. You will not pay anything unless and until we get the compensation you deserve.