Dangerous And Defective Products
Every day we place a high degree of faith in the manufactured goods we purchase or interact with such as elevators, automobiles, electronic goods, tools, ladders, et cetera. We trust that these goods have been tested and that they will be safe for us to use.
We know, of course, that is not always the case. There are instances where something went wrong either with the design or manufacturing of a good and people are injured, sometimes seriously, sometimes fatally.
There are several different ways in which a product can be defective, including:
- Design defect — Design defects are present in every instance of a good manufactured. Because the flaw originated in the design phase, all of the product is dangerous.
- Manufacturing defect — A manufacturing defect occurs in particular runs or batches of a good. Think of food or drug recalls where you are told to look for a particular batch number on any of the product you may have in your home.
- Failure to warn/improper marketing — Some products are only defective or dangerous if they are used/misused in a particular way. If the manufacturer fails to warn about the dangers of such usage or markets the product with that dangerous usage in mind, it should be liable for any damages that occur.
When defective and dangerous products enter the market and harm people, the companies that manufactured or sold those goods need to be held accountable.
Serving Our Clients For More Than 45 Years
At Holth & Kollman, LLC, our firm has the resources, experience and skills necessary to take on the manufacturers of defective and dangerous products. We know how to build strong cases that can show negligence in design, manufacturing, marketing or warnings. Defective and dangerous products can cause very serious injuries that could leave you with permanent health issues. We understand this and we work to secure the full compensation you will need today and to help you with any possible future medical issues and lost earnings.
Product Liability Lawyers Serving New London And Throughout Connecticut
We know how to take on the deep pockets of the manufacturers of dangerous and defective products. The lawyers at Holth & Kollman, LLC, are here for you. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 860-447-0331 or contact us online.
We only collect attorney’s fees if we obtain compensation for you.
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New London, CT 06320
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