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Vermont Product Liability Lawyers
Representing Cases Involving Defective Products in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Florida
As a consumer, you use a variety of products on a daily basis. Every time you go into a store, you are presented with a number of options of new products to choose from. While you may expect that because a product is on a shelf it is safe to use, this is not always the case.
There are a number of causes of defective products, including design defects, manufacturing defects, and insufficient warnings or instructions. The Vermont attorneys at Shillen Mackall & Seldon represent individuals who have been injured as a result of any of these defects.
Proving a Defective Product Claim
In order for your product liability case to be successful, you will need to be able to prove the following:
- You were hurt or suffered losses
- The product you were using is defective (this can include manufacturing errors, design defects or failure to warn of hazards the product may present)
- The defective product was the cause of your injury
- You were using the product in the way it was intended to be used
If you are unsure whether or not you meet these requirements, contact our firm today to discuss your accident with a professional product liability lawyer. We are here to help!
Examples of Defective Products
If you believe that a negligent manufacturer or other party was the cause of your injury, it is imperative that you consult with a Vermont, New Hampshire, and Florida product liability attorney. We can help you gather evidence and determine if you have grounds for a claim. Regardless of the severity of your injury or what item caused the injury, it is important that you file a claim not only for yourself, but to protect others.
Dangerous or defective products can include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Children’s toys
- Car seats
- Prescription drugs
- Medical equipment
- Industrial machines
Pursue a Product Liability Lawsuit
We have seen the way that defective products can ruin lives, depending on the severity of the accident or injuries. This is why our Vermont, New Hampshire, and Florida personal injury lawyers have dedicated ourselves to helping you seek compensation and preventing manufacturers from continuing to present a danger to customers. By filing a lawsuit over the defective product, the company may have it taken off the market or make changes to ensure that others are not injured.