Waterbury Products Liability Attorney
Representing Clients Injured in Connecticut by Defective Products
When you purchase any type of product, from a toy for your child to a household
cleaner, you typically assume it is safe for use, within the bounds of
the instructions and common sense. There are many steps that a product
must go through to make it to the shelves, but unfortunately they are
not all made equally. Any given product can be improperly designed, manufactured,
or designed, which are the three categories of a product liability lawsuit.
If you or someone you love have been injured as a result of a defective
product, you may have grounds for a suit.
Should I File a Personal Injury Lawsuit?
Filing a lawsuit may not be the first thing on your mind after you have
been injured. However, you will soon be faced with a variety of expenses,
such as medical bills and expenses, lost wages from inability to work,
and rehabilitation costs, depending on the injury. A Waterbury products
liability lawyer from Fitzpatrick Santos Sousa Perugini P.C. can provide
you with top-notch representation should you decide to file. When a defective
product is dangerous or fatal, the responsible party should be held responsible,
financially and otherwise.
There are a wide range of defective product cases we represent, such as:
- Dangerous drugs
- Defective medical devices
- Dangerous children's toys
- Dangerous foods
- Defective industrial equipment
- Defective appliances
- Defective car parts
- Defective tools
Call Our Firm at (203) 583-8299 Today
If you or someone you care about are currently suffering from an injury
caused by a defective product, you should not hesitate to hire a lawyer
to represent you. Whether or not you are positive that you have a case,
we can meet with you to determine whether you have grounds for a lawsuit.
You can count on us to stand up for your rights and work to recover the
compensation you need.
Please call us now at (203) 583-8299 for a
free case consultation with a Waterbury products liability attorney.