Entities like the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Food and Drug Administration exist as a means of helping people who purchase things—anything from furniture to food—stay safe. These entities and others like them ensure that manufacturers and retailers of various consumer products are held to a certain safety standard when providing those products to consumers. Sadly, all too many manufacturers would rather save a few dollars and cut a few corners in order to do so, and this can lead to disappointment over a faulty product or even injury and death in the most extreme cases. If you purchased a product that does not function as it should—whether it caused injury or not—and you want to talk to a product liability lawyer about filing a legal claim, contact Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. to discuss your case at no cost to you.
We have seen many product liability cases in our offices during our four decades of legal practice here at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. Some of the claims brought to us by clients have included the following situations:
If you have never hired an attorney before, it can be confusing to know just how to proceed with filing a claim. However, before you begin to build your legal case it is important to get a few things squared away:
If you need a product liability lawyer in Grandview, the legal experts at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. can assist you. With more than 40 years of experience in the legal field and a passion for product liability litigation, we are committed to helping you turn a bad day into a brighter future. We believe in pursuing justice and will advocate for you in court as you seek to recover damages from the liable party. These damages are assessed by the court and given a dollar amount based on various factors unique to your case, such as any medical costs incurred due to a faulty product, and any pain and suffering you endured. The liable party may then be compelled by the court to pay out those damages to you as a cash award. Contact us today for a free consultation.
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