Injured By A Dangerous Or Defective Product?
Every day, people are injured by dangerous products, from defective automobiles and children’s products to medical equipment and pharmaceutical products. The manufacturers, and in some instances the sellers of these products, must make sure that the products are safe before placing them in the hands of consumers. Many times, however, they rush to get the product on the market or take a shortcut to save expenses, resulting in injury and sometimes death.
At Kupets & DeCaro, we handle product liability claims for clients throughout Illinois, including Cook County and the Chicago metropolitan area. If you or a loved one has been injured by a dangerous or defective product, we can help you pursue fair and just compensation for your losses. Call or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation. We will answer your questions and recommend an effective course of action.
Let Our Product Liability s Help
Our lawyers are prepared to handle all types of product liability cases, including claims involving defective:
- Power tools
- Aerial lifts
- Motor vehicle/auto components
- Recreational vehicles
- Medical devices and implants
- Safety equipment
Most product liability cases are complex matters involving expert witnesses who can testify about the defective conditions of the products or the inadequate warnings based upon their experience, knowledge, training and education in that particular area of expertise.
There are other complex issues like the statute of limitations, where to file the lawsuit and who to name as parties to the lawsuit. Our attorneys have significant experience handling these types of cases and can provide you with the legal guidance and advocacy you need at this time.
Serving Clients Throughout Illinois
If you are seeking representation for a product liability claim in Illinois, we are here to help. Contact us online or by telephone at 312-372-4444 or 800-349-2414 to arrange your free initial consultation with an experienced personal injury lawyer.