The true cause of an injury is not always apparent in the immediate aftermath of a car accident, a construction accident or surgery gone wrong. A detailed investigation, however, often uncovers evidence that a defective car part, tool or medical device was to blame. When a defective product is the culprit, an injured party may have a valid product liability claim.
The law firm of King, Kitrick, Jackson, McWeeney & Wells, LLC, has extensive experience in all types of personal injury cases, including those involving faulty consumer products. Serving Ocean County, Monmouth County, and all of the Jersey Shore, our lawyers are proud to stand up for the rights of the injured against manufacturers of defective products.
We hold manufacturers accountable for injuries caused by defective products in New Jersey
Product liability laws keep manufacturers, advertisers and vendors responsible for products that they release to the market. If a manufacturer knew of risks but failed to properly label a machine or other product, that manufacturer may be considered liable for consumers’ injuries. Did you suffer a burn injury in a factory explosion or motor vehicle accident? Even if you were at work, you may have additional remedies beyond a workers’ compensation claim. You may be entitled to compensation from the manufacturer of defective machinery or mechanical parts.
When the Cause of a Car Accident or Construction Accident Was a Dangerous Product
Sometimes it is obvious that a product was the cause of an accident. An injury may have visibly involved a clearly defective wheelchair or power tool. In other cases such as a car or truck accident, only a detailed examination of a crashed vehicle may reveal that a defective product was the cause of a serious injury. Whether the cause of the accident was readily apparent or not, your chances of recovering maximum compensation are improved when an experienced lawyer is representing you. Contact us at our law offices in New Jersey, to learn how we can help you after any serious injury caused by a dangerous or defective product:
• Muscle or ligament damage
• Bone fractures
• Brain injury
• Burn injury (perhaps resulting in disfigurement)
• Spinal cord injury
Looking for a Defective Product Lawyer in Monmouth County or Ocean County? Contact King, Kitrick, Jackson, McWeeney & Wells, LLC, for a Free Consultation
We can investigate your accident and advise you on how to bring a lawsuit against a manufacturer after an injury caused by a dangerous product. Contact us to schedule a free consultation with an Ocean County product liability attorney. Call (732) 920-8383 or by send us an email.