Defective Products

Manufacturers have a responsibility to the public to produce safe products which carry adequate safety warnings and operating instructions.  Nevertheless, every year in Connecticut hundreds of people are seriously injured due to defective products ranging from simple household items to complicated medical devices and manufacturing equipment.  A wide range of products may cause injury if they have not been designed, assembled or marketed properly including:

 

  • Prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, and vaccines;
  • Medical devices, such as artificial joints and surgical devices;
  • Motor vehicle parts, including brakes, airbags and safety belts;
  • Children’s toys, cribs and car seats;
  • Home appliances and equipment;
  • Fire alarms and smoke detectors; and
  • Food and beverages

Injuries may result when products are unsafely or improperly designed.  Products may have been assembled incorrectly.  In addition, products may come with insufficient instructions or safety warnings, or they may have been fraudulently marketed.  Products liability claims are necessarily complex.  The party responsible for your injury could be found at any stage of the manufacturing or sales process.  In addition, manufacturers often have limitless resources at their disposal to defend against your claim.

 

If you or someone you love has been injured due to a defective or unsafe product, Cooper Sevillano can help.  We will investigate every potential cause of your injury and explore all avenues of recovery including from the component part manufacturer, the manufacturer responsible for product assembly, and the wholesaler or retailer who marketed and sold the product to the public.  Our experienced trial attorneys have handled numerous defective products claims often in conjunction with medical malpractice and accident claims.  Over the years we have built relationships with numerous consultants who assist us in investigating your claim to pin down who is responsible.  We utilize state of the art courtroom technology and retain skilled trial experts to help us present your case in the most effective way to a jury.

Claims Handled on a Contingency Basis

 

Remember that all of our cases are handled on a contingency-fee basis which means we are only paid when we win a case and recover money for our clients.  If you or someone you love was injured by a dangerous or defective product, please contact our law firm as soon as possible for a free, no obligation, confidential consultation at  (203) 366-0660 or email us at info@coopersevillano.com

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