When you buy something for your child – a new toy, an updated car seat or even something as large as a bunk bed – you expect that product to work flawlessly, every time. Why wouldn’t you? Whenever a company releases one of its goods to market it comes with that guarantee implied. There’s a promise that the product they are supplying is up to national safety standards and poses no physical threat to you or your family.
Of course, nothing is truly perfect and mistakes can happen – but what if that mistake causes your child or loved one to suffer a serious injury? You’ll want answers to questions such as:
If your son or daughter has recently been injured because of a faulty piece of equipment in one of their toys or products, it may be time to consider taking legal action. Large companies, both here in the United States and overseas, often release products that are “half-baked” - items that have been fast-tracked for release and are riddled with all sorts of defects and potential hazards.
The companies that choose to engage in this sort of manufacturing are usually looking to earn as much profit as they can in as little time as possible. Of course, their shoddy craftsmanship and negligence is then passed onto the consumer who pays for it in physical, emotional and financial injury. Generally, defective consumer products leave people struggling with:
At Kahn Roven, LLP we take consumer liability seriously and we will fight aggressively to get you the money you need to recover. Negligent manufacturers need to be held accountable for their actions and we are prepared to use every resource available to ensure this happens. For more information, call and schedule a free consultation at (844) 9-INJURED.
The bottom line on any product liability case – especially one involving children – is negligence. Who is responsible and what actions of theirs led to your son or daughter being injured. Unfortunately, in many situations the accident or failure can be severe enough to be fatal. If this happens you may wish to consider pursing a wrongful death claim. In either situation, we highly recommend contacting our Los Angeles defective product lawyers as soon as possible. California maintains a statute of limitations on all civil claims, meaning if you fail to meet the deadline you could lose all rights to compensation. Let Kahn Roven, LLP help you and your family.
Call (844) 9-INJURED today and speak with a member of our personal injury team today.
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