A manufacturer is responsible for ensuring that its products are not defective or unreasonably dangerous. This duty applies regardless whether the product is as simple as a nail or as complex as an automobile.
Manufacturers must protect purchasers and users of their products from potential harm by designing them to be safe, manufacturing them correctly, and properly warning of possible dangers when using them. Nonetheless, every year defective products injure or kill thousands of people. The resulting effects can be devastating – permanent physical injuries, enormous bills for medical care, rehabilitation and long-term care, along with lost wages and other uncertainties.
At the Ryder Law Firm, we have over 23 years’ experience litigating cases on behalf of individuals who have been injured or killed by unsafe products. We understand the steps that must be taken to thoroughly investigate and pursue such claims. These include preserving critical evidence (such as the defective or unreasonably dangerous product) and retaining the best experts to examine and evaluate the product and related evidence.
Our experience and resources make us uniquely qualified to assist people who have been injured by unsafe products. If you (or a loved one) has been injured (or killed) due to a defective product, contact Ryder Law Firm for further assistance.