Daniels Law Firm, PLLC

Product Liability

You can’t avoid interacting with products.  They make your life easier by saving time and money and adding convenience.  When you buy or use a product, whether at home or work, you rely on the manufacturer or seller with the understanding that the product is safe and will not harm you or others. If the product is defective, it can result in serious accidents or death. If you or a loved one have been injured by a defective product, you have the right to be fairly compensated. When you’ve suffered an injury from a defective product, you should be compensated for medical bills, lost income, and emotional suffering caused by the carelessness of manufacturer.

 

Experienced Product Liability Attorneys

The Arkansas injury attorneys at Daniels Law Firm have represented individuals and families across a wide range of industries in product liability actions. We’ve battled large corporations, manufacturers, designers, and distributors of unsafe and defective products. Our lawyers have served as counsel on cases involving multi-district litigation, class actions, defect/recall investigations, and appeals. We go after manufacturers, distributors, and retailers who release dangerous or defective products to the public or who put profits ahead of consumer safety.

 

Types of Defective Product Cases

We have experience successfully litigating a wide range of product liability claims. Some common types of cases include:

  • Unsafe automobiles, including seatbelts, airbags, fuel systems, and tires
  • Defective design
  • Improper manufacturing
  • Defective industrial equipment
  • Defective toys
  • Defective household products
  • Tire tread separation
  • Dangerous or defective medical devices
  • Dangerous or defective drugs

 

If you or a loved one suffered a catastrophic injury as a result of a defective or unsafe product, contact the Arkansas injury attorneys at Daniels Law Firm for the dedicated, experienced, and compassionate representation you deserve.

Get the help you need today. Statutes of limitation do apply to personal injury cases, so don’t delay. Call us today.