Were You Injured By A Dangerous Or Defective Product?
Most people’s days involve interacting with thousands of manufactured goods. Our cars and trucks, for example, contain hundreds, if not thousands, of parts that may have been manufactured by different companies. If one part or one product fails, it can create serious, possibly fatal injuries.
We help those injured by defective or dangerous products such as:
- Auto parts
- Medical devices
- Industrial equipment
Defective products fall into three categories:
- Design defects — When there is a mistake in the design of a manufactured good, every instance of that product will pose a risk for consumers.
- Manufacturing defects — When there is a defect in a single production run or batch of a product, only that single run or batch will create a risk for end consumers.
- Failure to warn about defects — If there are ways a product might be used that are outside of the uses the manufacturer intended and which poses a risk for consumers, the manufacturer has a duty to warn people about the risk.
Experience Conducting Complex Investigations
Proving that a product was defective or dangerous can be very complex. It may involve testing by independent scientific labs and combing through substantial amounts of corporate records to show that a manufacturer knew or should have known about the risk posed by its goods.
Trial Experience You Can Place Your Trust In
At the Howell Law Firm, PC, attorney Robb Howell understands how to build successful products liability cases in Southern Georgia. His knowledge of the local courts and how to win in them allows him to create highly effective strategies that can help people who were injured by a manufacturer who failed to exercise the full care it should have. With 17 years of experience fighting for his clients in Colquitt County and throughout Georgia, Robb Howell can help you.
Our case results and testimonials pages illustrate how we have been able to help others in the past.
For a free initial consultation call 229-589-8970 or contact us online.
We take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. Attorney’s fees are only collected if we secure compensation for you.