As consumers, we expect the products we use—from our cars to our electronics to our medications—to be reasonably safe. Unfortunately, lack of adequate testing, improper manufacturing, and the prioritization of profits over safety results in countless defective and dangerous products reaching the hands of consumers every year.
At Breit Cantor Grana Buckner, we handle a variety of defective and dangerous product cases, including those involving defective auto parts, dangerous pharmaceutical drugs, harmful medical devices, and faulty machinery. Our Richmond product liability lawyers have over 300 years of experience and have successfully recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for their clients. We can help you fight for the fair recovery you are owed.
If you were injured by a defective product, call the product liability lawyers at Breit Cantor at (888) 635-9500 today. We offer free, confidential case evaluations.
Examples of Common Defective Products
Generally speaking, there are three ways in which products can be defective: a design defect refers to a flaw in the product’s design which makes it inherently dangerous; a manufacturing defect occurs when an error made during the manufacturing/production phase results in a batch of faulty products; and a marketing (or “labeling”) defect indicates that a product does not have the proper warning labels/safety instructions to prevent harm.
At Breit Cantor, we handle a broad range of defective product litigation, including cases involving:
- Defective medical devices
- Dangerous pharmaceutical drugs
- Faulty car/vehicle parts, such as tires
- Defective machinery
This list is not exhaustive; our Richmond product liability attorneys are capable of handling all manner of defective and dangerous product cases. We take a “no stone left unturned” approach when it comes to serious injury cases, often working with various experts and specialists in order to establish liability. Unlike many other types of personal injury cases, it is not necessary to prove that a company has acted negligently in order to hold it responsible for a defective product; instead, you must merely prove that the company owed a duty of reasonable care to you as a consumer and that the company failed to uphold this duty of care. Our legal team can help you work to show that your injuries and other damages were caused by the defective product—and fight for the full compensation you are owed.
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If you or your loved one was harmed by a defective product, Breit Cantor can help. Since 1979, we have successfully recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients, including more than 150 verdicts and settlements over $1 million. We are prepared to put our years of experience to work for you.
Call (888) 635-9500 or submit an online contact form today to request your free case evaluation.