It’s hard to believe sometimes that with all our rules and federal safety regulations, manufacturers continue to release products that put our lives and the lives of our loved ones in danger. In fact, many of the products we use in our daily lives could contain defects or hidden hazards that could leave us vulnerable to serious injury or even death.
Some of the more common unseen dangers include:
If a company or manufacturer knows about an unsafe, defective product but does nothing to eliminate the danger, they can be held accountable for their negligence through a personal injury claim. The claim seeks compensation for any medical bills or lost wages associated with injuries caused by the defective product. And in cases of wrongful death, claims can seek funeral and burial expenses as well.
Even though Pennsylvania products liability laws and federal laws give victims and their families the right to seek fair compensation for injuries or fatalities caused by unsafe products, it’s important to know that state and federal laws work very differently.
At the Dan Doyle Law Group, our lawyers understand the intricate differences between these two sets of laws, which gives us the ability to know in which court a case should be tried. We walk clients through the complex process of taking civil action, making sure they know what needs to be done and in what time frame it should happen.
After suffering an injury or losing a loved one unexpectedly, it can be difficult to focus on anything other than getting your life back together. At the Dan Doyle Law Group, we pride ourselves on giving you the support you need to focus on recovering and returning to your life instead of the legal challenges ahead.
As your guides through the civil litigation process, we will keep you informed and on top of things. We will make sure you don’t leave anything on the table and that all at-fault parties are held accountable for their negligence.
To schedule an appointment today with one of our highly qualified attorneys, call our office in Media, Pennsylvania, at 610-565-4821 or contact us online.