As the purchaser of a consumer product, you have certain rights. You have the right to expect that the product you've bought will work in the way it was advertised.
But most importantly, you have the right to expect that when you use the product according to its specifications that you will not suffer serious injury. This would seem to be a basic, relatively easy proposition.
Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be. Every year, tens of thousands of Americans are hurt by defective products. If you're one of them, Hayes Law's experienced defective products lawyers can help you pursue compensation for your injuries.
If you've been hurt by a defective product in North Carolina and need an experienced lawyer, please call Hayes Law today at (336) 691-2220 for a free consultation.
Examples of Defective Products
Product liability cases can be tricky. The companies that design and manufacture defective products are often large and wealthy, with the legal teams one would expect large, wealthy firms to possess. These companies will often try to argue that you used the product wrong or behaved negligently in using it.
That's why it's so important to have an experienced defective products lawyer on your side. We know how to answer these arguments and how to craft a compelling argument on your behalf.
We can help if you or a family member was hurt by a defective:
- Vehicle or vehicle part
- Drug or medical device
- Machinery and tools
- Household devices
This isn't an exhaustive list, of course. But it does provide you with a clear sense of the problem's scope.
If you've been hurt by a defective product, try to keep the product – don't put yourself in any further danger, but if it all possible you should maintain possession. Find any purchase or maintenance records related to the product. Seek medical attention, then speak with our attorneys as soon as possible.
If you've suffered an injury as a result of a defective product, our attorneys want to hear your story. Please call Hayes Law today at (336) 691-2220 for a free consultation.