DEFECTIVE PRODUCT ATTORNEYS IN BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA

Defective Product Injury Attorneys in Birmingham, Alabama

Defective products can come in many shapes and forms. If you have been injured by a defective product, you probably already understand how complicated the process of holding the maker of the product responsible. We have navigated litigation for clients over the years for all sorts of injuries caused my all sorts of products. It is vital that you hire an attorney as soon after an injury occurs because the manufacturer of the product will begin the process of defending itself immediately after it learns of an injury its product may have caused. Keep in mind that the product must be kept in the form that it was in after the incident. If the product is altered or lost, a product liability claim will likely fail. Also, it is important to retain experts early. Expert witnesses are generally hired in product liability cases to help the jury understand the product defect. Sometimes, there are very few experts in a particular field, so it is important to get the best expert before the company hires that expert. If you or someone you care about has been hurt by a defective product, call us and let us help.

Dangerous Products

  • Defective cars
  • Unsafe and faulty industrial equipment
  • Household appliances
  • Harmful pharmaceutical drugs and
  • Baby/children’s products

Product Defect Categories

  1. Design Defects
  2. Manufacturing Defects
  3. Unreasonably Dangerous Products
  4. Marketing Defects

Birmingham Product Liability Attorneys

Product liability is an area of the law in which manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, retailers and others that make or distribute dangerous, defective or faulty products to the public are held responsible for the harm those products cause. Please call us at 205-324-1212 to learn about your potential options.

Why It’s Important to Hire Experienced Product Liability Attorneys

The product liability lawyers at Farris, Riley & Pitt have extensive knowledge and experience when it comes to representing consumers who were injured due to an unsafe product. There are many potential ways a company or retailer could potentially have contributed to your injury. If the manufacturer used ineffective material that led to a product breaking and injuring you or a loved you, you may be able to collect compensation from not only the manufacturer but their suppliers, the retail outlet that sold you the item and other parties along the supply chain.

A product doesn’t even necessarily have to suffer from a manufacturing, material or design defect to qualify as a defective product case. If a properly functioning product didn’t come with adequate safety or cautionary information, resulting in inappropriate, unintended or hazardous use leading to an injury, that manufacturer may still be held responsible for the injury.

Our careful attention to detail and our ability to construct how each piece of information will affect a client’s claim are vital skills in these cases. Our team of attorneys and consumer product industry experts will go to great lengths to demonstrate the dangerous, defective or faulty nature of a product and how the product has affected you physically, mentally and emotionally.

At Farris, Riley & Pitt, our product injury lawyers have the resources and experience needed to handle such cases, and a proven track record for achieving optimal results. We have represented clients in the following types of cases:

Unsafe Baby Equipment

Car seats, playpens, swings and cribs.

Harmful Pharmaceutical Drugs

Medicine or drugs that legally require a prescription from a certified doctor or pharmacist.

Mechanical Equipment

Elevators, saws, conveyor belts, boilers, forklifts and faulty valves.

Defective Tires

Tire blowouts and tire recalls.

Automotive Defects

Recalled cars, car fires, air bag injuries, seat belt injuries and SUV rollovers.

Faulty Tools

Sanders, lathes and saws.

These are just a handful of cases our firm has fought on behalf of clients injured due to defective products. Many of the same investigatory practices, case laws, precedents and personal injury principles apply to all types of defective product cases, so even if you think your particular situation is unusual or unique, we may be able to assist. Call 205-324-1212 to speak with one of our product liability attorneys at Farris, Riley & Pitt.

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