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Defective Product Lawyers in Naperville

Seek Out Compensation from Negligent Manufacturers

When companies sell products they are responsible for ensuring the safety of these products. Sometimes these products fail and it is not due to the consumer misusing the product but rather negligence on the part of the corporation. If you were injured due to a defective product, we may be able to recover money for you and your family.

No matter the size of the injury, the safety of a product should be guaranteed and assumed when you use it. With unsafe products on the market, people are more likely to be hurt. Often, consumers do not file lawsuits and companies can choose to ignore customer complaints for years, causing injury to countless other people.

Do not let time go by without talking to a lawyer after your defective product injury or illness. The sooner you talk to an attorney about your complaint the better.

Talk to our Naperville product liability attorney by calling us today at (773) 906-4063. We may be able to help you get money for your pain and suffering.

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Types of Product Liability Claims

Product liability claims typically involve either an issue with a product's manufacturing, its inherent design, or an issue with the way the product was marketed to consumers.

  • Manufacturing defects involve an issue that arises with the way a specific item was made that makes it different from other products of the same line. Manufacturing defects typically involve the use of low-quality materials or shoddy workmanship.
  • Design defects go further than a simple error in manufacturing and involve an danger present in a product's inherent design. In other words, the product was still dangerous despite being manufactured to its exact specifications. An example of a design defect would be a top-heavy SUV that is highly prone to rolling over in the event of a collision.
  • Manufacturing defects, also known as "failures to warn," occur when a manufacturer fails to provide consumers with proper instructions on the safe use of their products. This area of law typically comes into play in the area of pharmaceuticals, since drug manufacturers may sometimes fail to list all potential side effects of certain prescription medications.

Types of Defective Product Injuries or Illnesses

Defective products are not uncommon but they pose a public safety risk. Here are some examples of defective product injuries or illnesses that can occur:

  • Small parts that pose choking hazards to young children
  • Food that spoiled before the expiration date, causing illness
  • Cuts from sharp edges
  • Equipment that fell apart and injured a person
  • Electric shock caused by exposed electronic components

There are many other types of injuries that can be caused by defective products. If you suspect that your injury or illness may qualify you should talk to a Naperville defective product attorney from our firm as soon as possible. We have office locations in Naperville and Downtown Chicago.

To discuss your defective product lawsuit call (773) 906-4063. We can answer all your questions and discuss what legal options you have for your case.

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