Every year, thousands of people in Kentucky are injured by defective products. If you have been seriously injured by a defective or dangerous product, you may have a products liability claim against the manufacturer, designer, or supplier of that product. Products may be considered defective or unreasonably dangerous if they contain a design defect, manufacturing flaw, or if there is an inadequate warning.
It is imperative to preserve evidence of the defective product. Whether that be a defective seatbelt, faulty tire, medication with dangerous side effects, an improper label, toys or tools that come apart/break while in use, or a defective power tool, preserving the product can be critical to a successful products liability claim.
We have a right to expect that the products we purchase or use are safe. If you or a loved one have been seriously injured by a defective product, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, past and future loss of income, and your pain and suffering. Call Zach Berry Injury Law for a free consultation.
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