Dangerous Household Products
Manufacturers have a legal duty to ensure the products they make and sell will not harm consumers when used as intended. Despite that – and despite the numerous laws and regulations governing the design, manufacturing and sale of consumer products – businesses don’t always do what they should to protect consumers from unreasonably dangerous and defective consumer goods.
Unfortunately, laws alone can’t protect consumers when manufacturers are careless or make a conscious decision to put profits before consumer safety.
At Demas Law Group, P.C., we have years of experience in the area of products liability. We have the required financial resources and expertise to hold negligent manufacturers accountable.
Claims for Other Types of Products
While defective auto parts, medical devices and pharmaceuticals are the most common defective product cases we handle, we occasionally handle claims involving other defective consumer products, which include:
- Other vehicle parts (e.g. boats, motorcycles, etc)
- Children’s clothing, toys, furniture, cars seats, and other equipment
- Home and office furniture
- Household consumer goods
- Electronics and appliances
- Industrial equipment
- Farm equipment
- Construction vehicles and equipment (e.g. cranes, scaffolding, forklifts, etc)
- Sporting goods
- Recalled products
It is important to note that you do not need to be the product’s direct purchaser or user to recover damages. If someone else was using the defective or recalled product, you may be eligible to recover damages if the product caused your injury. The product liability lawyers at Demas Law Group, P.C., can help you evaluate a situation like this.
Representing the Injured in Sacramento
If you or someone in your household has suffered an accident or injury involving a defective or recalled product, it is important to seek legal advice from an experienced products liability attorney or product recall lawyer at Demas Law Group, P.C. Defective and recalled products raise a number of specialized legal issues that our lawyers are trained to recognize. The sooner you consult with an attorney after an accident or injury, the better able he or she will be to preserve valuable evidence and protect your legal rights.
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