When Dangerous Or Defective Products Cause Injuries
If you believe that a defective or dangerous product may have been at least partly responsible for injuries that you or a family member has recently suffered, you can take action to obtain financial compensation for the injuries. Boon Calk Echols Coleman & Goolsby PLLC was founded more than 25 years ago, and our Longview personal injury attorneys have extensive experience litigating personal injury and product liability cases.
Industry Expectations And Responsibilities
Manufacturers and product retailers with substantial control over a product are held to a standard of strict liability, meaning that they will be held responsible for personal injuries caused by a defective product, regardless of their fault, intent or negligence.
Our lawyers have achieved outstanding results in catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases involving consumer, workplace and industrial products of every type, including:
- Motor vehicles and motor vehicle components
- Medical devices, dangerous and defective drugs
- Children’s toys and related products
- Cosmetics and beauty products
- Electrical appliances
- Household cleaning supplies
- Heavy machinery and power tools
- Oilfield and drilling equipment
Whether you were injured due to a car design flaw or a manufacturing defect that caused a small but vital mechanical part to fail, or because of an inadequate warning regarding the dangers associated with using a particular product, our law firm is equipped to meet the challenges of your case.
Devastating Consequences Of Dangerous Marketplace Products
When a consumer is injured by a defective or dangerous product, the consequences can be devastating. Catastrophic injuries can result in long-term health problems, and far too many defective product injuries result in wrongful death. We believe that consumers should be protected from dangerous products in the marketplace, and we are here to hold negligent parties accountable.
Injured By A Product? Call For A Free Consultation Today.
For a free consultation with an experienced Texas product liability lawyer, please call our Longview office directly at 903-704-0592 or send us an email. We handle product liability claims on a contingency-fee basis. That means we do not collect an attorney fee unless we secure financial compensation for your injury.