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Have defective consumer products caused injury? We can help

Posted in Products Liability on Thursday, April 30, 2015.

Technology coupled with human ingenuity has made countless consumer products cheaper, more efficient, easier to use, more reliable and safer. However, mistakes in either the design or manufacturing processes still occur – when they do, the consequences can be disastrous.

Philadelphia consumers have a reasonable expectation that the products they buy perform in a safe manner, as advertised, when used in accordance with manufacturer instructions. Regardless of whether defects in consumer products were introduced intentionally or by accident, consumers have the right to hold those responsible accountable for any harm that befalls them as a direct consequence of these product defects.

If you or your loved ones have suffered an injury or were otherwise harmed by defective products, it may be helpful to contact and speak with an attorney. At Soloff & Zervanos, P.C., Our legal team works closely with clients to identify who may be responsible for damages. We will pursue all legal avenues for ensuring a negligent manufacturer is held accountable and an injured party receives fair compensation.

We have the experience and knowledge to pursue compensation on your behalf regardless of the nature of the injury. Due to their propensity for causing serious injury or even death, auto defects can be particularly heinous. Automotive defects and vehicular malfunctions are often directly responsible for serious injury or consumer death. Automotive manufacturers have a duty and a responsibility to ensure that the vehicles they design and market meet strict guidelines for protecting the safety of the occupants in the event of an accident.

If companies fail to do so, or harbor defects that are directly responsible for causing an accident, rest assured that our legal team will work tirelessly on behalf of our clients to ensure that those directly responsible are held accountable.