Defective Products Attorneys
Experienced Product Liability Attorneys in Redding
At the Law Offices of Halkides, Morgan & Kelley, we have the financial, medical and legal resources to battle the large corporations who are manufacturing dangerous products, as well as the insurance companies and attorneys who protect them. As consumers, we have the right to expect a product we bring into our home is free from dangerous or deadly defects. When a company profits from a dangerous or defective product, it can and should be held responsible, both to compensate an injured consumer, and to help ensure corrective action is taken.
Yet the number of high-profile defective products cases is staggering — from Toyota to cough syrup and peanut butter, from toys marketed to children to medical devices and pharmaceuticals marketed as life-saving products that come with a laundry list of side effects.
Investigating the cause of Dangerous Products
Battling the national and international corporations that manufacture and market dangerous or defective products requires high-powered, aggressive legal representation. At the Law Offices of Halkides, Morgan & Kelley, we work with some of the nation’s leading legal and medical experts to build a case capable of winning the compensation you deserve.
A product can be defective for many reasons, including:
- Poor Design
- Hazardous Materials used in Construction (asbestos, lead, etc.)
- Inadequate or Fraudulent Testing (medical devices, pharmaceuticals, etc.)
- Improper Installation
- Incorrect Maintenance
- Faulty Construction or Assembly
- Incorrect or Inadequate Repair
- Damage from Delivery
- Lack of Proper Warnings
- Poor or Confusing Instructions
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed by a dangerous or defective product, it’s important to seek the advice of an experienced defective product attorney right away. Evidence should be gathered as soon as possible after the accident, including photographs, measurements and other documentation, as well as the product itself, which will need to be preserved throughout the legal proceedings. Contact a Lawyer Now