Contact our Office for Representation in Dangerous Product Lawsuits
Defective product liability cases can be particularly complex. The Law Office of Patrick G. Shea, APC is experienced with such complexities and has the resources to effectively investigate these cases and hold responsible parties accountable for their negligence. Nearly any consumer or industrial product can have defects and may have flaws in their design, manufacture, or they may lack adequate warnings. Cosmetics, motor vehicles, heavy machinery, pharmaceuticals… regardless of the product that has caused you or your family pain and suffering, let our firm be your legal protection to pursue justice.
These cases can be legally complex because many products are not manufactured or assembled in the same location or by the same company. Furthermore, a product may be damaged en route to a store, may not be labeled properly, or may not be adequately evaluated for safety before it is released to intended users. The production and distribution chain for many products may involve multiple agencies tasked with oversight and may also include international corporations. Our law firm has the types of resources necessary to investigate such cases and pursue your best interests.
Not only do we have the resources to investigate defective product injury cases but we also use a personal approach to the law. Patrick and his staff know that you have questions and concerns. We take the time to answer such questions and respond accordingly. Call us for a free consultation and gain the peace of mind that comes from having an experienced lawyer on your side. We are prepared to represent you in any type of defective product injury lawsuit.
Manufacturer Negligence and Proving Liability
Proving a product is defective is not always easy. Often, the manufacturer points the finger at the consumer and blames the injured person for not using the product correctly, or not following directions, or failing to keep the product in good repair. But we often find that these manufacturers knew from the start that certain flaws existed in their product, and proceeded with its production because they were more concerned with generating corporate profits than ensuring consumer safety. These corporations should be held accountable.
Investigating and pursuing justice in manufacturer liability cases often means teaming with other law firms in the nation and pursuing class actions or mass torts. If this serves your interests, we are prepared and we will keep you informed throughout the entire process.
No matter how complex your case may appear or how many questions you may have, count on our team. Patrick, his specialized staff and investigators can be your guides towards justice and compensation.