San Francisco Product Liability Attorneys Fighting Negligent Manufacturers
Each year in the United States, defective or unsafe products harm thousands of individuals of all ages. Product liability laws protect consumers and hold all those responsible for causing injuries for selling dangerous or defective products accountable. This area of law should make it easier for a person to recover damages for injuries and losses caused by manufacturing and design defects, as well as failure to warn. The law provides that the designer, manufacturer, supplier, and/or retailer may be liable for the damages caused by products they make or sell.
Our society is consumer-centric, and there is competitive stress on companies to get products to market. However, this push for sales makes many companies value profits over people’s safety. If a product injures you, then you need an experienced San Francisco product liability attorney to take on the responsible parties.
Our attorneys and investigators at The Brandi Law Firm thoroughly analyze each incident to determine all potential sources of liability. This includes investigating whether a defective design, manufacturing defect or failure to warn may have caused or contributed to the accident. Our work over the years with some of the industry’s best accident reconstructionists, mechanical engineers, and product specialists has provided us with a comprehensive understanding of the legal and scientific issues that surround defective product lawsuits. If you or a loved one sustained injuries due to a defective product or a product that lacked adequate warnings, then call our San Francisco defective product lawyers for a free case review.
Who May Be Liable In A Defective Products Lawsuit?
When a person is injured by a dangerous or defective product it’s not important for them to have been the purchaser in order to file a lawsuit and recover compensation. However, the injured party must prove the product was defective and the injury was caused by the product.
Generally, any party in a product’s supply chain may be liable for injuries that result from a defective or dangerous product. This includes the product’s manufacturer, the manufacturer of parts used in the product, installers, assemblers, wholesalers, and even a retail store. You may be able to hold any of these parties accountable for selling a dangerous or producing defective product.
Previous Successes In Product Liability Cases
Passenger v. Ford Motor Company – $18.3 million verdict
Our client, a 34-year-old musician, was a belted rear passenger in a 15-person van when he was paralyzed during a rollover due a defective seat latch.
Families v. Boeing – Confidential
We resolved this matter on behalf of 5 families that lost servicemen when their CH-47 Chinook crashed during a test flight in Iraq.
Doe v. Pepper Spray Manufacturer – $6.225 million
A Rottweiler attacked our 22-year-old client while walking on the sidewalk. She suffered major injuries, including Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Her pepper spray failed to activate due to a defect in the design.
In Re Alaska Airlines Flight 261 – $3 million
Represented parents of an adult child killed when a defective bolt failed on a commercial flight, causing it to crash.
Firefighter v. Firetruck Manufacturer – $2.2 million
Fireman suffered severe orthopedic injuries and a traumatic brain injury due to a defectively designed drive shaft.
Motorcyclist v. Helmet Manufacturer – $1.6 million
Our client suffered severe brain injuries when she fell from a motorcycle when wearing a defective helmet.
In Re Reno Air Race – Confidential
A modified P-51 air racer caused the wrongful death of a spectator at the Reno Air Race.
Parents v. Vehicle Repair Shop – $1.030 million
Wrongful death of an infant due to defectively repaired brakes.
Husband v. Airplane Manufacturer – $1 million verdict
Our client’s wife was killed in a small plane crash due to a defective engine crankcase.
In Re Helicopter Crash – Confidential
Represented the families of 2 firefighters killed in a helicopter crash.
Injured By A Defective Product? Contact A California Product Liability Lawyer.
Whether product defects occur from profit motivation, failure to adequately test, or one-time manufacturing defects, you deserve compensation for your injuries. Our San Francisco product liability lawyers have handled all kinds of defect claims – defective cars to defective drugs to defective pepper spray canisters.
Regardless of the product, an attorney with adequate experience and resources can figure out how the defect occurred. This generally determines who is responsible for the resulting damages. Call our office at 888-309-1224 or reach out to us online to speak to a product liability attorney at no charge about the specifics of your case.