INJURIES CAUSED BY MANUFACTURING DEFECTS
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Pursuing A Dangerous Or Defective Product Claim In Connecticut
As a consumer, you should not have to deal with products having manufacturing defects. These products can lead to serious injury, the need for hospitalization, permanent injury, the inability to work or continue in your profession, or in the most tragic cases, death.
If a manufacturer of a commercial product releases a faulty product onto the market — whether a vehicle, medication, tool, toy, appliance or any other product — and a consumer is injured, legal action can be taken to recover full and fair compensation.
It must be fully established that the product was defective when purchased and that it had been used as directed when the injury occurred.
Our firm can help you with details of your case. If you were injured by a defective product, the manufacturer must be held accountable and be forced to pay you damages, either in a settlement or by seeking a positive verdict at trial.