Companies that manufacture automobiles, machinery, and drug products have responsibility for defective products, which cause injury. Members of our firm have handled product liability cases involving automobile crashworthiness and defective products such as seat-belts, braking systems, farm machinery, medical products, machine guarding at the workplace, and others. Such defects may result in catastrophic injury such as death, paraplegia or severe disability. Because these cases are very costly and time consuming, our commitment to them is a major endeavor. Due to the short statutes of limitations in Kentucky and some other states, it is best to hire an attorney soon after an injury, so there is adequate time to investigate. Contact our firm to discuss the details of your case today.
Moore Law Group have represented consumers who have been seriously injured due to defective design or manufacture of products. If you or a family member have been seriously injured due to the defective design or manufacture of any of the products listed below, contact the attorneys at Moore Law Group, PLLC:
- Onglyza and Kombiglyze XR
- Boston Scientific Defective Pelvic Mesh Products
- Hip replacements/Metal-on-metal hip implants
- Talc powder
- IVC filter
- Allergan BIOCELL® Textured Breast Implants and Tissue Expanders
- 3M™ Combat Arms™ Earplugs
- Hernia mesh
If you believe you or a loved one has been injured due to a defective product, call an attorney immediately. It is extremely important to begin a preliminary investigation immediately to preserve the evidence. The defective product must be secured. The attorneys at Moore Law Group know that your products liability case can be won or lost in the early days following your injury. We will secure the evidence whether that means buying the defective product or vehicle or notifying the other side to preserve the evidence and the failure to do so will subject them to liability for destruction of evidence.
As your attorney, we know what it takes to prove that a manufacturer, assembler, supplier, laboratory, distributor, retailer, or repairer is liable for a defective product. We work with experts, including engineers and designers, who are familiar with proper design and manufacturing processes. These experts inspect the product and conduct testing on exemplars.
All of us expect the products we buy to be safe and provide adequate warnings. Although safety standards have improved over the years, defective products are still being part into the marketplace. If you are the victim of a defective product and may have a products liability case, contact us. Injuries can result from defective design, improper warning labels, and failures during the manufacturing process.