Personal Injury And Product Liability

Manufacturers have a responsibility to ensure that the goods they put on the market are safe to use. When manufacturers fail in their responsibility to maintain the safety of their goods and people are injured because of that failure, they need to be held accountable.

Product defects fall into three categories:

  • Design defect — A defect in the design of a product will impact every single one of those products on the market. This can lead to a large number of injuries.
  • Manufacturing defect — A defect in a particular individual good or batch of goods is referred to as a manufacturing defect.
  • Failure to warn — When a manufacturer can foresee that someone may use the product in a way that would be dangerous, the manufacturer has a duty to warn against those uses.

Some of the common types of products that can cause serious injuries when there are defects, include:

  • Medical devices
  • Prescription drugs
  • Heavy machinery
  • Automobile defects (airbags, tires, accelerators, electrical systems, etc.)

Holding manufacturers liable for the harm their defective products cause can be complex. Choose attorneys with extensive trial experience and a record of success to ensure you are properly compensated.

Trial Attorneys Helping Those Injured By Dangerous And Defective Products

At Pittman, Germany, Roberts & Welsh, L.L.P., we rely on our more than 150 years of combined experience to create the highly effective personal injury cases people need after being injured by manufacturer negligence. Our extensive experience helps us effectively pursue the evidence needed to hold manufacturers accountable for the injuries you suffered. We have tried mass pharmaceutical litigation all over the country. We know what it takes to win against manufacturers and the insurance companies that defend them.

We welcome referrals from other attorneys.

Product Liability Lawyers Serving Jackson And Throughout Mississippi

If a manufacturer's negligence has harmed you or someone you love, turn to Pittman, Germany, Roberts & Welsh, L.L.P. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 601-208-0224 or contact us online.