Chapel Hill Products Liability Lawyer
People rely on products to perform various tasks and functions. People buy and use these products with the reasonable expectation that a product will be safe to use. Additionally, products undergo extensive quality assurance processes to ensure their safety and proper use. When a person is injured by a defective product or a poorly designed product, he or she may have questions about possible legal action. At the Law Office of Barry T. Winston in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, we represent individuals who are injured by defective or otherwise dangerous products.
Have you or someone you care about been injured by a dangerous product? Please contact Attorney Barry T. Winston for your free consultation. Attorney Winston can discuss with you your options for pursuing a products liability claim.
Remember, you are under no obligation to give any information to law enforcement officials. You have the constitutional right to remain silent and to seek legal help.
When You Have Been Injured by a Defective Product
As an injured person, you may have many questions about the process of obtaining compensation for your injury. You want to know if you can sue the manufacturer, designer, and seller of the product that injured you. You are wondering about the amount of compensation you may be entitled to receive in a products liability lawsuit.
Our firm is highly skilled in handling products liability cases. We can answer your questions and offer comprehensive representation that can address your many concerns. At the Law Office of Barry T. Winston, we represent people who have been injured by faulty, dangerous or defective products such as:
- Auto parts, including tires, seatbelts, car seats, airbags and brakes
- Ladders or scaffolding
- Power tools such as circular saws and skill saws
- Children’s toys
- Manufacturing equipment
- Drugs and medical devices
Products liability is a complicated area of law with a variety of potential claims that may pursued. These include claims against the manufacturer, distributor, wholesaler, and retailer. Design defects, manufacturing defects, and even marketing defects such as the failure to warn of known hazards can contribute to a serious injury. Consumers purchase and use products with the reasonable expectation a product will be safe.
If you have been injured by a dangerous product, contact our firm to learn how we can help