Qualified Help For People Injured By Defective Products
If you or someone you love was injured while using a defective product, a product liability claim may help to offset medical bills, emotional trauma, loss of wages, pain and suffering, and any other damages that result. At Hale Law Firm we assist people living in and around Lake Charles, Louisiana, who have been injured while using defective products.
How Did Your Product Fail?
There are three basic categories that product defects can fall under, including design defects, manufacturing defects and marketing defects.
- Design defects — include flaws in the actual design of a product. Oftentimes, such a design flaw can be found in all of the products manufactured.
- Manufacturing defects — when the manufacturer fails to follow the designer’s specifications during the fabrication of a product, it often results in a manufacturing defect.
- Marketing defects — can include improper labeling, incorrect or insufficient instructions, or inadequate safety warnings on a product when it is made available to the public.
Our Experience Extends To All Kinds Of Faulty Consumer Goods
At Hale Law Firm, we will protect your right to fair compensation if you were injured while using a product that was defective. We assist people who have been injured by defective products such as:
- Cars and defective auto parts, including crashworthiness failures
- Faulty industrial machinery
- Home appliances
- Children’s toys
- Agricultural products
- Other defective equipment
In addition, we assist people who have been injured because of dangerous premises, including public spaces with dangerous obstructions, wet floors or other unsafe conditions.
Contact Our Lake Charles Lawyers For A Free Consultation
To schedule a free injury consultation to discuss your rights and options, contact our firm online or by calling 337-426-1071. No fees, costs, or expenses if no recovery on injury and death cases. Our attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we receive compensation for our representation only if there’s a successful judgment secured or a settlement obtained in your case.