Have you or loved one suffered severe injuries due to a defective product in New York? An experienced attorney at Dervishi Law Group, P.C., can help assist you in recovering rightful compensation. Contact New York Defective Product Lawyers today!
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced that defective or unsafe products cause 29.4 million injuries and 21,400 deaths each year. Manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers of faulty products can be held responsible and liable for injuries sustained from such products.
Virtually all products are subject to product liability law and consumers have the right to sue for and recover damages from manufacturers, distributors, and vendors for injuries resulting from accidents caused by unsafe products. Get Legal HELP from our New York Defective Product Lawyers Now! Call 718-619-4525.
Drugs, buildings, automobiles, boats, water, air, food, insecticides, medical devices, aircrafts, hazardous substances, highway safety, packaging, mobile homes, natural gas pipelines and occupational safety products are some common items covered by government regulations which set standards of conduct and performance. Unsafe products are routinely recalled, but generally not until severe injuries have been reported by the public. Products liability claims can be made on grounds of strict liability, defective or negligent design or breach of warranty.
The majority of product liability laws are determined at the state level and vary widely from state to state. Each type of liability claim requires different elements to be proven to present a successful case. Therefore, it is important to consult with a New York attorney to understand your rights and to determine whether or not you have a viable product liability case in New York. If you, a family member or a friend have suffered an injury as a result of a faulty product contact Dervishi Law Group, P.C., at 718-619-4525 / (917) 300-0797 / 212-235-1447 to speak with our New York Defective Product Lawyers now or fill out the Free Defective Product Case Evaluation form.