Injured By A Defective Or Faulty Product? Our Firm Can Help You Pursue A Product Liability Claim.
At Goodwin Como, P.C., we help hardworking people in Uniontown, across Fayette County and throughout southwestern Pennsylvania get the compensation they need to recover from serious accident injuries.
When most people think of personal injury claims, they discuss car accidents and other types of auto wrecks. But what about instances where the products that you routinely depend on fail and cause injuries? Maybe a part on your car is defective and caused an accident. Or perhaps a household appliance you purchased had a glaring design flaw that caused harm to you or a loved one.
Regardless of the product or how it caused your injuries, we hope you’ll reach out to us at Goodwin Como, P.C., speak with attorneys Benjamin F. Goodwin and Amanda M. Como, and learn how we can help you get the money you need to cover your expenses and hold negligent manufacturers and other responsible parties accountable.
Making Sense Of Product Liability Claims
Product liability cases involve injuries caused by defective products such as automobiles, all-terrain vehicles, household appliances, tools, toys, machinery, food, defective medical devices, medication and other consumer goods.
Generally speaking, to succeed in a product liability case, the injured party must prove:
- The product was defective.
- The defect existed when it left the hands of the defendant.
- The defect caused the harm. The defect may be in the form of a design defect, manufacturing defect or defective warning.
Additionally, a product liability case may be brought by an injured party on the basis that a product did not live up to an express or implied warranty.
We Handle Your Claim So You Can Focus On What’s Really Important — Your Health
If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of using a product, whether at work, at home or while driving, the first thing you should do is save the product in question and contact our team of lawyers at Goodwin Como, P.C.: 724-438-1616. We handle injury claims on a contingency fee basis, which means your consultation is free and you pay nothing unless we recover compensation in your case.