Justice For Defective Children’s Product Injuries
Call our firm at 678-812-6073 to discuss how you can obtain a full and fair compensation for injuries and expenses related to your child’s accident during a free consultation with a lawyer.
Determining Liability In Children’s Product Injury Claims
Manufacturers of children’s products devote substantial resources to try and limit their exposure to liability. If you believe your child was put at risk because of a faulty product, settle for nothing less than experienced representation.
Our law firm has obtained multimillion-dollar results for families with defective children’s product claims relating to:
- Unsafe cribs
- Defective bassinets
- Unsafe pack-in-plays
- Faulty car seats
- Flammable children’s clothes
- Unsafe toys with lead paint or choking hazards
- Unsafe pharmaceutical drugs for children
Our legal team has extensive experience, yet we never make any false assumptions. We conduct thorough investigations and ask probing questions to identify any liability factors. We work closely with design experts and safety specialists to understand if standard safety precautions were overlooked, putting children at great risk.
We review product specifications, design elements, safety inspections and any other relevant information to identify what went wrong.
Often, more than one party is responsible for pushing products prematurely onto the marketplace. A profit-driven decision can ultimately cost manufactures, suppliers and retailers millions from a product liability claim. We have the skills and legal resources to take on large corporations in pursuit of the compensation you are entitled to now and for the long term.
Get Top Representation Anywhere In Georgia
Discover how we can apply our years of experience to your benefit during a free consultation with an attorney. We understand you are not looking to profit off your child’s accident; that is not our goal. We want to help you obtain compensation for any related injuries and expenses so you are not left at risk financially.