Holding Manufacturers Of Dangerous Products Responsible

Each year, there are numerous consumer products that are recalled from the marketplace, because they are defective. Depending upon the product, and depending upon the defect, a defective product can cause a wide range of personal injuries, from minor to serious.

Consumers who have been seriously injured by a defective product have the legal right to seek compensation. Make sure that you receive all that you are entitled by calling our office for a free consultation about your case. Our firm has helped clients who have suffered from second-degree burns, amputations, broken and fractured bones, closed head injuries as well as wrongful death suits for families who lost a loved one after a fatal defective product accident.

Rosenthal & Kreeger LLP represents personal injury clients in Roseville, Sacramento and elsewhere throughout Northern California.

Holding The Company Responsible

Companies involved in designing, manufacturing and distributing products and their insurers have a responsibility to their consumers, and check legal protections and regulations are in place to help protect consumers from defects that could cause them serious injury. Victims have the legal right to hold a company liable for a defective product, but it is a difficult process unless they are represented by experienced product liability attorneys like those at Rosenthal & Kreeger LLP.

Some of product liability cases our lawyers have successfully fought include:

For more than 25 years, our firm has been protecting our clients' legal rights to seek compensation for serious injury due to defective products, successfully achieving compensation through both settlements and verdicts. Our firm always prepares for trial, and our representation of your case is extremely thorough — including investigation, expert testimony and medical support.

Three Major Classifications Of Defective Products

There are three primary classifications of defective products:

  1. Design: From the start, the product was defective, as its design was faulty.
  2. Manufacture: During the manufacturing process, materials were faulty or the process was inadequate, producing a defective product.
  3. Failure to warn of a defective product: When the manufacturer knew or should have known that the product was either poorly designed or manufactured (or both) and did not issue consumer warnings or provide appropriate warning labels on the product, then the defective product falls under the category of failure to warn.

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Call our office at 916-677-4979 to discuss your product liability case today, or complete our online form so a lawyer can get in touch with you about your injuries.