You work hard to earn the money you need to purchase the products that you and your family require. When you make a purchase, you assume that the product you are buying has passed rigorous safety inspections and is safe for you and your loved ones to use or consume.
However, many manufacturers, designers and distributors of products cut corners in order to increase their profit margin. They may use poor quality materials in the design or manufacture of a product, or neglect to remove a defective product from the shipment going to the store. Products can also become defective when warning labels are not properly worded or placed on the product being used, or when stores do not remove expired products from their shelves – instead, continuing to sell them in order to avoid losing money.
Products that are commonly found to be defective include:
– Other car parts
– Prescription drugs
– Over the counter drugs
– Children’s toys
– Baby gear, such as infant car seats
If you or someone you love have been injured as a result of a defective product, you may be eligible to seek financial compensation for the damages you have been inflicted with as a result of the product in question. However, to assert your right to the full and fair compensation you deserve, you need the skills and expertise of a seasoned personal injury attorney.
Contact the Law Firm of Ross, Kelley & Martin, PLLC today to begin filing your claim.