Latrobe Defective Products Attorney
All too often the products that we purchase to enhance our lives result in injury due to defective design or manufacture. Both manufacturers who make these products and the stores that sell them have a duty to make certain that the products they put on the market are safe for the consumers who purchase them. If these products cause injury to you or a loved one, you may have a cause of action against the maker, the store that sold the product or both.
From a failed log splitter that resulted in the loss of a finger, to a defective carbon monoxide detector that failed to save the life of an elderly woman, to a surgically implanted spine stabilization device that caused pain and failed to achieve its intended purpose, attorney Hauser has obtained recoveries for injuries caused by defective products of many types and sorts, and he will put his skills and expertise to work for you.
Preserve Your Claim
If you or a loved one has been injured as the result of a defective product, you must be careful to preserve your claim. Do not tamper with the product in any way. Disassembling the product or attempting to determine the cause of injury could constitute the destruction of evidence and make it impossible to recover on your claim. Place the product in a safe location and contact legal counsel to assist with your claim. Competent legal counsel will likely wish to notify the manufacturer and determine the cause of the failure. Doing this in collaboration with the seller and/or manufacturer of the product may be prudent to limit claims by the defendants that the product was tampered with or that evidence has been destroyed.
Do Not Delay. Contact Us.
If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective product, put our knowledge and experience to work for you. Contact us today for a free evaluation of your claim. Call our office at 724-804-8430, or contact us online.
We have extensive experience in a wide range of personal injury cases, including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, dog bites and wrongful death.