The attorneys at Wham & Rogers are well versed in laws that protect the public from dangerous products. Defective products that cause injuries can include anything from airbags to cell phone batteries to amusement park rides.
Under the right circumstances, manufacturers, retailers, and other parties in between can be held liable for injuries that result from dangerous, defective products. Sometimes, the defendants can be held liable under a strict liability theory—in other words, without proof of negligence. This includes
Every case is different, and products liability cases can be especially complicated. If you are injured by a dangerous product, you need attorneys who understand which legal theories to pursue, which experts to hire, and how to get the best result in your case. If you or someone you know has been injured or killed by a faulty or defective product, the attorneys at Wham & Rogers may be able to help.
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These are dangerous flaws in the design of a product. The key is proving that the product was unreasonably dangerous—even if it was used “incorrectly,” but in a way that the designer should have anticipated. In these cases, it can be important to prove that there was a “safer alternative” that the company should have used instead.
In these cases, the “blueprint” may be fine, but a problem in the manufacturing process caused a dangerous defect. Manufacturers are often strictly liable for defects that occur in the manufacturing process, even if the manufacturer uses ordinary care.
Some manufacturers can be sued for failing to provide warnings that would have prevented an injury. Warning labels usually should tell users about existing, serious risks and how to avoid them. In these cases, it is usually important to prove that the injured person would have done something different if there had been a proper warning.
With the necessary experience – over 60 years combined – to effectively navigate the legal system on your behalf, our team at Wham & Rogers, PLLC can be trusted to file your personal injury claim.
We operate on a contingency fee basis, so we only accept payment if and when we can collect a settlement or win compensation in a jury trial.
You can retain strong legal counsel without having to worry about a financial obligation. This is how important you and your rights are to us.