Product Liability

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Thousands of individuals are injured or killed by defective and dangerous products every year. These products range from automobiles, workplace equipment, medical devices, household appliances, children’s toys, prescription drugs and pharmaceuticals, and other consumer products.

If you or a loved one has been injured due to a defective product, contact us (415) 293-8231, we can help.

Manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, retailers, and others who make products available to the public are held responsible for the injuries those products cause. A product liability claim can be based on negligence or strict liability.

As a San Francisco Product Liability Attorney, I can take action on a defective product when liability is based upon the existence of one or more of the following:

  • Design defect
  • Manufacturing defect
  • A failure to warn (somewhat related to a failure to warn claim is the claim of a breach of warranty)
  • Injuries resulting from defective products can be catastrophic, and product liability actions can involve compensatory as well as punitive damages.

Since the beginning of my career I have handled product liability cases against large manufacturers. I understand how these manufacturers defend against cases brought against them because I have also represented large companies in product liability lawsuits.

I am very serious about protecting the rights of injured consumers. So, whether your injuries or the injuries of a family member or loved one has resulted from a defective drug, seat belt, recreational vehicle (including jet ski, wave runner, or all-terrain vehicle (ATV)), medical device, industrial and/or workplace machinery, automobile (including sport utility vehicle (SUV)), or any number of other consumer products in the San Francisco area, or anywhere else in California, call me at (415) 293-8231 and we can discuss your accident and the options that you may have under the circumstances.