As consumers, most of us don't think about the safety of products we buy or use. The majority of us assume when products make it to the marketplace, they have been tested for safety and will not cause us harm. Unfortunately, dangerous products often do end up in the hands of consumers - more often then we'd like to think.

If you were injured by a dangerous or defective product, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. After seeking immediate medical treatment, your next step should be to contact a qualified personal injury attorney.

Understanding The Types Of Product Defects

In products liability cases, there are three types of product defects that may be involved. These include design defects, lack of warnings and manufacturing defects. Each of these defect types are challenging to prove, but not impossible. In many cases, experts are required to investigate the product and provide evidence to support the defect claim. Our law firm has access to top professionals such as product experts, manufacturing experts and engineers. Working together, we help create a solid evidence-based claim to prove your case.

Learn More About Your Legal Rights. Contact Our Law Firm.

Our Marshall defective product lawyers are here to help you understand your legal rights and options, and to advocate for fair compensation. Contact our Texas law firm at 903-938-1655 to get started.

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Committed To Fair Results In Products Liability Cases

At Carlile Law Firm, LLP, we have been representing the people of Marshall and Longview for a long time. Our firm's two partners have more than 20 years of combined legal experience, and have helped injured clients recover fair settlements and verdicts for a range of injuries.

We are equipped to address a wide range of defective product claims, including those involving:

  • Motor vehicle defects
  • Hip implant defects
  • Actos/bladder cancer
  • Dangerous drugs
  • Defective construction equipment
  • Defective industrial equipment
  • Defective manufacturing equipment
  • Defective medical devices
  • Defective consumer products