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Thomas DeLattre and Glen D. Wieland

Products liability and securing the compensation you deserve

On Behalf of | Apr 11, 2024 | Product Liability |

We use technology and various devices throughout the day. It is very routine and commonplace to use these items, which is why it can come as a complete shock when a product you trusted was safe caused you harm due to a defect.

Defective products unfortunately enter the stream of commerce for a variety of reasons; however, no matter the reason, if you were harmed by a defective product, you have legal options. A products liability action might be in your best interest.

Defective products

At Wieland & DeLattre, P.A., our law firm understands the complexities a product liability claim can contain. Not only are you suffering from the injury caused by the defective product, but you feel helpless when it comes to holding a major company or manufacturer liable for the harms suffered.

Our attorneys are knowledgeable and have a long record of successful outcomes for product liability actions. We take the time to understand our clients wants and needs, helping them recover the compensation that they deserve.

Products liability action

When filing a products liability claim, it is important to understand cause so liability can be established. Most often, a defective product is a result of improper manufacturing of the product, negligent product design or inadequate warnings or instructions.

Often, products are rushed into the market, causing shortened timelines when it comes to design, manufacturing and testing. Thus, there could be several variables to a defective product causing harm to a consumer. As such, several parties could be liable for the harm caused.

Those harmed by a defective or dangerous product have the right to file a products liability action. If you are unsure if this is the right process for you or do not understand what steps to take, a legal professional can help you get the answer to these and other questions you might have.


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