Manufacturers have a strict duty to use reasonable care in designing, manufacturing, and marketing their products. Consumer goods should work as intended, while reducing the risk of personal harm as much as possible. Moreover, consumer businesses are required to warn consumers clearly of a product’s potential risks.
Our nation’s product liability laws are clear: consumers have a right to the safest products possible. Despite these strong legal protections, thousands of consumers are injured every year by defective products that were sold without adequate warnings. In fact, the Consumer Product Safety Commission says that product defects cost the United States over $1 trillion annually. Many of these expenses come to burden individual accident victims, who can be saddled by extraordinary medical expenses, pain, and suffering.
Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. is committed to helping those who have been injured by defective products. Contact our Philadelphia product liability lawyers at (215) 608-2183 today!
When Defective Products Cause Harm
If a product is manufactured incorrectly, is poorly designed, is marketed for improper uses, does not have appropriate instructions, or lacks adequate warning labels, innocent consumers may be seriously injured. At Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C., we take seriously our responsibility to help injured consumers seek justice against manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and others who allow defective and dangerous products to make it in their hands.
Our Philadelphia product liability attorneys take on cases involving:
- Auto products
- Children’s toys
- Home appliances
- Safety equipment
- All other consumer products
If you have been injured or have lost someone you love as a result of a defective product, do not hesitate to involve an experienced and compassionate team that can protect your rights and pursue the fair compensation you deserve. The product liability attorneys at Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. are here to help. If you or a loved one were injured by a consumer product, contact our lawyers today to learn more about your legal options. Many injured consumers are entitled to significant financial compensation, but few exert their rights in court.
Call (215) 608-2183 today or contact us online to schedule your free, confidential case evaluation.