As consumers, we rely on a wide range of products every day. We trust that the items we purchase for ourselves and our loved ones are safe and free of any defect that could cause harm.
Unfortunately, however, defective and dangerous products often make their way into the market. If you have been injured by a defective or dangerous product, you may be entitled to compensation in a product liability claim.
Product Liability Lawyer at Marasco & Nesselbush, LLP
Our goal at Marasco & Nesselbush is to get you just compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain, and suffering and other damages. We obtain extraordinary results for our injured clients by putting their best interests first and holding companies accountable for their dangerous and defective products.
Contact us now to talk with an experienced product liability lawyer for a free case evaluation. At Marasco & Nesselbush, our attorneys have handled thousands of personal injury cases involving defective products throughout Rhode Island, as well as Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Defective Product Lawyer for Product Defect Causes and Injuries
Manufacturers, distributors, retailers, suppliers, and others who sell products to consumers are responsible for injuries, illnesses, or deaths caused by their products.
Harm to a consumer from a product can be caused by:
- Failure to warn.
- Improper labeling.
- Manufacturing defects.
- Design flaws.
- Unknown side effects.
- Marketing misrepresentation.
Some of the most common types of products that can cause consumers harm because of a defect, mislabeling, or contaminant include the following:
- Motor vehicles.
- Children’s toys, clothing, and furniture.
- Prescription medications.
- Over-the-counter drugs.
- Medical devices.
- Food and beverages.
Some of the most frequently occurring consequences of dangerous products include choking, brain injury, lacerations, organ failure, spinal cord injury, drowning, burns, heart attack, foodborne illness, and stroke. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) monitor consumer incident reports and initiate recalls when products are identified as potentially hazardous.
Product Liability Lawsuits
Product liability cases can be complex. However, the product liability lawyers at Marasco & Nesselbush have years of experience successfully handling defective product cases and will ensure that your rights are protected and a strong case is built on your behalf.
One of the first things a lawyer will do in a product liability case is gather evidence to prove that there was some form of a defect. Once we have established a defect in the design or manufacture of a product, an experienced attorney will work closely with medical care providers to establish the extent of the injuries sustained by the consumer.
A consumer may have a case against a manufacturer of a defective product under a strict liability theory. These types of claims are built upon the manufacturer’s responsibility for a defective product. Essentially, even if the manufacturer was not negligent if the product is defective and causes harm, the manufacturer and those who sold the product may be held responsible.
Our Rhode Island Product Liability Attorney Has the Skills to Handle any Defective Product Cases
At Marasco & Nesselbush, our experienced personal injury attorneys will skillfully resolve your product liability case. We are committed to obtaining exceptional results for our clients. We understand the impact that an injury caused by a defective product can impose upon your life, ranging from pain and suffering and time away from work to steep medical bills.
As a law firm dedicated to personal, social, and economic justice, we never falter when faced with a challenge, especially if a company has placed profits ahead of consumer safety. Our lawyers have the legal experience and skills to hold manufacturers legally accountable for injuries, illnesses, or deaths caused by a product. Please contact us today for a free case evaluation.