Daphne Defective Products Attorney
Representing Cases of Product Liability throughout Alabama
When a product is put on the shelf, consumers rightfully assume that they are able to trust the products available for purchase and use. Sadly, manufacturers and designers can make mistakes, leading to unreasonably dangerous products. If you or a loved one has been injured as the result of a defective product, Elizabeth A. Citrin, P.C. can help. We will investigate your case and determine if you have grounds for a claim to financial compensation.
To set up an evaluation of your case, call our office today at (251) 202-3374.
Types of Product Liability Cases
Defective products are a tricky type of personal injury case because not only must we prove that a product was defective, but we must be able to show that the product is the cause of your injury. There are a number of different reasons why products can be ruled defective. Fortunately, our Daphne defective product attorney is well-versed in product liability law throughout Alabama. This allows us to hold manufacturers and big companies responsible for their negligence.
Product liability cases are put into three main categories:
- Manufacturing defects
- Design defects
- Failure to warn
We know the ins and outs of each of these categories and can develop the right legal strategy to apply to your situation.
Fighting for the Compensation You Deserve
Our goal when we take on a defective product case, or any type of personal injury case, is to help you recover the damages you deserve. With years of experience in the field of personal injury law, our Daphne defective product attorney knows the most effective strategies which can be employed against the tactics used by big companies and insurance adjusters. You can rely on Elizabeth A, Citrin, P.C. to fight for justice on your behalf and help you get the resources you need to move on.
We are here to help you seek justice and compensation. Contact us at (251) 202-3374.
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