Have you been injured using a defective product?
When the recommended use of a consumer product results in a personal injury or wrongful death, you have the legal right to seek compensation for lost wages, medical bills, long-term care, and punitive damages. The products liability attorneys at Tate Law Group, LLC are skilled in thoroughly investigating a product failure and identifying all liable parties that helped cause the injury through design flaws, deceptive marketing, or negligence.
Our law firm represents people in who have been injured by defective and dangerous products such as:
- Child safety seats
- Defective auto parts, including defectives brakes, tire defects, air bags, seatbelts, door locks, or auto safety design
- Defective SUVs, including trucks, vans and other sports utility vehicles which are prone to rollover accidents
- Wood chippers, lawn mowers, weed whackers and other lawn and garden tools
- Ladders and scaffolding
- Dangerous toys, including toys which cause choking or contain unsafe amounts of lead or lead paint
- Drug recalls, including dangerous medications which fail to adequately warn of serious side effects
- Electrical appliances
- Manufacturing equipment
- Space heaters, propane tanks and other products which cause fire, burns or serious injury or death
- Construction materials
- Mirena IUD
- DePuy Hip Replacements
- Transvaginal Mesh
In any product liability case, it’s best to save the product in the condition it was in immediately following the accident. Our attorneys consult with some of the best design engineers and product safety experts to look for information that would provide us with the cause of your injury — whether it was a design defect, a manufacturing defect, or an inadequate safety warning — which could lead to a claim of negligence.
In today’s world, it is critical to be represented by an experienced and skillful products liability attorney
In Georgia, a manufacturer may be liable for injury or death caused by a defective product under three separate legal theories: negligence, strict liability, and implied warranties. Occasionally a defective product case includes unfair or deceptive acts and practices on the part of the seller that violate the Georgia Fair Business Practices Act. The act includes a provision for triple damages, punitive damages, and attorney fees.
If you have been injured by a defective product, call the products liability attorneys at Tate Law Group, LLC at 866-610-7107 or contact us online.