Pennsylvania Product Liability Attorney
However, the alarming frequency of recalls of products such as tires and other auto parts, every day appliances, food items, and even children’s toys is proof that not enough attention is being paid to product safety. If you or a loved one has sustained injuries due to a defective product, you may be entitled to monetary compensation for your injuries and your pain and suffering.
It is so important to seek the advice of a trained product liability attorney who is equipped to help you navigate the legal system and determine whether who should be held accountable for your injuries. At Comitz Law Firm, LLC, we have many years of experience fighting on behalf of consumers who have been injured by defective products. Our skilled and dedicated staff will fight tirelessly to protect your legal rights and ensure that you are compensated in a just and timely way.
Dealing with the aftermath of any type of accident or injury is traumatic, and selecting the right attorney to represent your case can be difficult. Product liability cases are often complex, and sometimes involve several responsible parties or manufacturers. Wilkes-Barre Personal Injury lawyer Jonathan S. Comitz knows the ins and outs of product liability cases, and has advocated successfully on behalf of many clients who have been injured due to product defects. He can provide you with the legal information you need to determine the sort of lawsuit to file, and is committed to getting you the help and financial compensation you deserve.
Consumers who sustain injuries due to defective or dangerous products notwithstanding proper use and adherence to product safety guidelines may be entitled to bring a lawsuit against a manufacturer for negligence or strict liability. Under the legal concept of strict liability, a person or manufacturer can be held liable for damages sustained by another person regardless of intent or fault. The plaintiff in a strict liability case does not need to prove that the manufacturer intended to harm someone with its product.
In order for the manufacturer to be held liable under strict liability, a plaintiff must prove that the product was defective, that he or she used the product in a manner consistent with its intended use, and that the product was not altered in any significant way since leaving the manufacturer or retail location. Some examples of defective products that have resulted in product liability claims are:
- Automobile parts
- Child car seats and restraints
- Children’s toys
- Food products
- Household and industrial chemicals
- Lawn mowers
- Outdoor furnaces
At Comitz Law Firm, LLC, our dedicated and compassionate staff has many years of experience handling product liability cases. Regardless of whether your product-related injury was a serious one—resulting in catastrophic injury or wrongful death—or a more minor injury, we will fight tirelessly on your behalf to ensure that the parties liable for manufacturing the defective products that caused your injuries do not do anything to hide or mitigate their responsibility. Our product liability attorney serves clients throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, so whether your injuries took place in Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, Luzerne County, Lackawanna County or elsewhere in Pennsylvania, Contact our Wilkes-Barre Personal Injury lawyer for a free consultation today, and let us put our legal expertise to work toward maximizing your recovery.
Recent Pennsylvania Product Liability Case Settlements
- $250,000 settlement for amputated finger in a products liability action.