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Chicago Product Liability Attorneys

Fighting for the legal rights of people injured by defective consumer products

People have a right to assume that the products that they purchase are safe to use as intended and are free from defects that make them dangerous. Unfortunately, millions of people each year are injured in accidents involving consumer products. Product liability law is the area of law that operates to compensate people who are injured by defective products. There are generally three types of defects that cause actionable injuries:

  • Design defects
  • Manufacturing defects
  • Marketing defects, also known as cases of “failure to warn”

It can often require a significant amount of investigation to determine whether an injury caused by a consumer product was the result of some type of product defect. As a result, it is important for victims to retain a Chicago product liability attorney who is familiar with litigating product liability cases.

To schedule a free consultation with one of our lawyers, please call our office today at 312-583-9500.

A number of consumer products have the potential to cause injury

No matter what type of product they sell, manufacturers have the legal duty to ensure the product is reasonably safe for its intended use. Unfortunately, mistakes can occur and products can hit the shelves with different kinds of defects that lead to malfunctions and injuries. Furthermore, if a product is inherently dangerous or has the known potential to cause injury, the law requires the manufacturer to provide adequate warning of the risks of using the product. Almost any type of consumer product has the potential to cause some type of injury. The following are some of the products that cause the most injuries to consumers in United States and lead to product liability claims:

  • Motor Vehicles
  • Bicycle
  • Sporting Equipment
  • Household Appliances
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Toys and Other Child and Baby Products Furniture
  • Furniture
  • Electronics
  • Grills or Stoves
  • Smoke Detectors

The nature of your product liability case will depend on many factors including the type of product that injured you, whether the product had been recalled, whether others have suffered similar injuries, among others. Some cases, such as those involving motor vehicle defects or dangerous pharmaceuticals, may require you to join an already pending class-action lawsuit against the manufacturer. You always want an attorney on your side who has a thorough understanding of product liability law and can handle any issues that may arise no matter what type of product caused the injury.

Contact our Chicago product liability lawyer today to schedule a free case evaluation

Consumer products can cause extremely serious injuries, ranging from serious burns to traumatic brain injuries. When these accidents are the result of defective product design, manufacture, or marketing, victims often have the legal right to recover compensation from a number of parties. The Chicago product liability attorneys of Salvato, O’Toole & Froylan are dedicated to helping consumers injured by defective products recover and have been doing so since 2010. To schedule a free consultation with one of our lawyers, call our office today at 312-583-9500.

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Contact a Chicago personal injury lawyer today to schedule a free case evaluation

People who are injured by the negligence of others are often legally entitled to compensation for their losses. Among the types of damages available in many Illinois personal injury cases are those for medical expenses, lost income, loss of future earning potential, property damage, and loss of enjoyment of life, among others. The Chicago personal injury attorneys of Salvato, O’Toole & Froylan have been helping victims of preventable accidents recover for their injuries since 2010 and have recovered multiple settlements in excess of one million dollars on behalf of their clients. We use a contingency fee arrangement in our representation of all of our personal injury clients, meaning that we do not collect any legal fees unless we successfully recover on your behalf. To schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys, please call our office today at 312-583-9500.

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