Nassau County Dangerous And Defective Products Lawyer

Our legal team serving Nassau County can seek compensation for your losses if you were hurt by a dangerous or defective product.

Every year, dangerous and defective products find their way to the marketplace. These products include everything from industrial cleaners to home appliances. Being injured by a product happens when you least expect it, and the consequences could be severe.

If you have suffered injuries caused by a defective product, you could be entitled to a monetary award. Fair compensation could be available to you whether or not the product was recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Our dangerous and defective products lawyer serving Nassau County can seek recovery on your behalf.

For a free legal consultation with a dangerous and defective products lawyer serving Nassau County, call 516-451-7900

How Much Does it Cost to Hire Our Attorneys?

Our team in Nassau County handles dangerous and defective product cases on a contingency-fee basis. You don’t pay:

  • Upfront fees
  • Retainers
  • Hourly rates

Your case is important to us. Your current financial standing isn’t. Our goal is to seek both compensation and justice for your losses.

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We Can Explain the State’s Statute of Limitations

Under CPLR § 214, you generally have three years to file a civil lawsuit. The deadline usually starts from the date of your injuries. However, this deadline could also depend on the date that you discovered your condition.

We can evaluate your case and determine how long you have to file your lawsuit. Although most cases are resolved through settlements, you want to keep your options open in case a lawsuit becomes necessary.

Recoverable Damages From a Product Liability Case in Nassau County

If you sustained injuries from a dangerous product, you are entitled to recover compensation for any damages you suffered as a result. These damages fall into one of two broad categories: economic and non-economic damages.

Here’s what you need to know:

Economic Losses Come with Inherent Monetary Values

Economic damages are intended to return a person to the financial position they were in prior to their injury. Documentary evidence is useful in calculating your economic damages. Some common examples include paid bills, receipts, invoices, and canceled checks.

Specific examples of economic damages include:

  • Past and future medical bills
  • Lost income
  • Mental health counseling
  • Physical therapy
  • Transportation expenses

Non-Economic Losses Relate to Your Personal Experience

Non-economic damages are not intended to return you to your financial position before the injury. Instead, they acknowledge the pain and trauma that you went through. Specific examples include:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of consortium
  • Disability
  • Scarring
  • Impaired quality of life

Our attorneys will work tirelessly to help you recover fair compensation for your non-economic losses.

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You Have Rights Under the Strict Liability Doctrine

If you suffered injuries due to a dangerous or defective product, you have the right to pursue legal action against the manufacturer. Most defective product cases are governed by the principle of “strict liability.”

With strict liability, there is no need to prove that the manufacturer acted negligently. Instead, the central issue is whether the dangerous or defective product caused your injuries. Our personal injury lawyers can use your proof of purchase statement, medical records, and damages receipts to support your case.

These Elements Could Have Produced an Unsafe or Faulty Product

Examples of dangerous or defective products could include medications, vehicles, children’s toys, and more. Not all products are dangerous for the same reasons. There are different types of flaws, and each of them has the potential to cause serious bodily harm.

These cases could include defective designs, manufacturing defects, or defective marketing.

Defective Design Means the Project was Poorly Designed

Some products are inherently dangerous due to a design flaw. In some cases, the design process could be rushed. In others, a design might not have been adequately tested before it was approved. When a product’s design is unreasonably dangerous, it could result in a successful personal injury lawsuit.

Manufacturing Defects Could Happen at any Time in the Supply Chain

Not all defects occur during the design process. Any defect that occurs after the design phase is known as a manufacturing defect. This type of defect covers more than just the process of physically manufacturing an item.

These defects could also occur elsewhere in the supply chain, including when the product was stored or shipped. Manufacturing defects could impact an entire product line or a small number of items.

Defective Marketing Could Result in Misuse

When it comes to product liability cases, the term “marketing” refers to the labels and instructions that come with a product. If a product is dangerous if used in a certain way, it is important for the manufacturer to warn the public of the risk.

A defective marketing case might also involve the lack of instructions for using a product. It is unreasonable to expect a consumer to use a product as intended if the item’s instructions are unclear.

Could You Have a Case Even if the Product Wasn’t Recalled?

As noted, you could have a case even if the dangerous or defective product in question was not recalled. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) “tests” many of the products available on today’s market. However, with millions of products for sale, the FDA does not have the resources to test everything.

So, a product could be on the shelves for years before it’s taken off the market. Sometimes, a product could injure dozens of people before anyone suspects a defect. In either case, you have legal rights to use a product and be free of harm.

You Could Recover Compensation Due to a Defective Product Injury

The attorneys of Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. could help you pursue financial compensation following an incident with a defective or dangerous product. If you are ready to learn more about how our defective product lawyers serving Nassau County can aid you, dial (516) 451-7900. Your first case review with our team is free.

 

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