Oftentimes, an injury can occur because a product wasn’t designed properly. Defective products can range from a simple child’s toy to a defect in a vehicle that can lead to injury or even death. Product liability refers to the law that includes the liability of suppliers, manufacturers, and even retailers for the production of and sales of a defective product.
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury or even a wrongful death because of a defective product, the attorneys at Hastings, Cohan & Walsh can help. Our Connecticut attorneys have the experience required to successfully fight a defective product lawsuit. We don’t collect a fee unless we win you a settlement. Call us today at (877) 801-6202.
Defective Product Law
The most important task for our Connecticut defective product lawyers is to determine what was wrong with the product and who is at fault. Our attorneys will strive to determine that the product was made or sold in a negligent manner. Furthermore, we will determine if the proper warnings were not given which led to injuries from the product.
Even if the producer or seller of the defective product wasn’t acting in a negligent manner, there may still be reasons to file a lawsuit. If you or a loved one is negatively affected by a product, our Connecticut attorneys can work to determine if you have recourse for a lawsuit.
Our attorneys have experience with the following types of defective product cases:
- Automobile defects
- Lead paint poisoning
- Children’s toy defects
- Defective roadways
- Defective designs at the workplace
Connecticut Defective Product Attorneys
If you believe you or a loved one has suffered an injury or death due to a defective product, the Connecticut attorneys at Hastings, Cohan & Walsh can help. Our team has the experience you can trust when proceeding with a lawsuit against manufacturers, shipping companies, and retailers. Please contact Hastings, Cohan & Walsh today or call us at (877) 801-6202. We serve clients in Bridgeport, Norwalk, Danbury, Ridgefield, Stamford, and all of Connecticut.