Wisconsin Product Liability Attorney
Representation for Those Wrongly Injured by Defective Products
Each day, Americans come into contact with countless consumer products. The phones they use, the cars they drive, the prescription drugs consumed, and the food they eat can all be considered consumer goods. Consumer products are regulated so that they do not cause undue harm. Unfortunately, many consumers are still wrongly injured every year due to failures in manufacturing, design and marketing of products.
When a product causes serious and significant injury or complications, you may be entitled to receive compensation. At Cannon & Dunphy S.C., our firm understands the difficulty you may be facing after an injury such as this. Our goal is to develop a personalized strategy for your case and ensure that you receive the compensation that you deserve if you were wrongly injured by a dangerous or defective product.
Examples of Product Liability Cases
Product liability claims can arise from a variety of circumstances and can be filed in the form of a single-party lawsuit or a large lawsuit referred to as a class action case.
Many types of faulty products have been pulled off of the market by way of product recalls for complications pertaining to injuries, including:
- Yaz® birth control products and other prescription drugs
- Children's toys and bedding
- Food products
- Weight loss supplements
Of course, any product could potentially cause serious complications and harm to a consumer, so if you have been a victim of a product malfunction or injury, you need to contact our firm right away.
In these types of cases, it is important that you determine who is legally responsible as quickly as possible. Various statutes of limitations could bar you from obtaining the compensation that you deserve if you wait too long to act. When you work with Cannon & Dunphy S.C., we can immediately begin to investigate your case and determine who is at fault for your injuries.
Call a Milwaukee Defective Product Lawyer
In some circumstances, the manufacturer of the product may be to blame; however, there may be more than one party responsible. Advertisers and distributors may also be held liable if, for example, you sustained injuries because of faulty packaging, improper labeling, or a lack of a warning label about a known issue with the product. Following an accident, do not hesitate to obtain the representation of a Milwaukee product liability attorney from Cannon & Dunphy S.C. right away.