Alabama Defective Products Lawyer
When vehicles, mechanical equipment, buildings, and commercial or consumer products are improperly designed, lack proper safety warnings, or are badly manufactured, they can cause severe injuries—or even death. If a defective consumer product harmed you, you shouldn’t have to pay for a big corporation’s negligence. At Norris Injury Lawyers, our extensive network of Alabama product liability attorneys are ready to fight for you.
Our law firm has perfected our methods and alliances over more than 40 years, so our lawyers have the knowledge and resources to help recover the full amount of financial compensation you’re owed for medical bills, lost wages, property damage, loss of enjoyment of life, pain and suffering, and more.
And with our No Fee Guarantee® legal services, you won’t owe us any attorney’s fees unless you win or settle your product liability claim. You’re not alone—our defective product lawyers are available to help now. Call (800) 477-7510 or complete our free initial consultation form to talk to our 24/7 personal injury legal staff.
Defective Consumer Product Cases We Handle
Whether the product that harmed you or killed your loved one was a consumer product off store shelves, a medical device implanted by a surgeon, a poorly designed vehicle, or dangerous piece of industrial equipment, the experienced team at Norris Injury Lawyers is here to help. Contact us in Alabama for help with your personal injury or product liability case for a free consultation.
Some of the Alabama product liability cases our liability attorneys handle include:
A fire- and chemical-resistant mineral with conductive properties, asbestos is used in a variety of manufacturing processes, home products, and building materials. But exposure to asbestos fibers can cause mesothelioma—an aggressive cancer—and other chronic illnesses.
- SUV Rollover Accidents
With a higher center of gravity than smaller cars, sport utility vehicles (SUVs) can put drivers and their passengers at risk of a rollover accident resulting in serious injury or even death to them or a loved one.
- Talc Ovarian Cancer
Facial and body powder products, such as talcum powder, often contain talc to absorb moisture and reduce chafing against skin. But when talc-based powder products are used for feminine hygiene, they may increase may increase the risk of ovarian cancer.
Defective Product: Should You Bring a Lawsuit?
Defective products do more than harm unsuspecting consumers; they undermine the confidence we have in U.S. manufacturing. If it has happened to you or someone you love, you know the mix of confusion and anger that accompanies such an injury. You believe someone should pay for what you’ve been through, but who? Is it the manufacturer? The store owner? The government for allowing the product to reach store shelves in the first place?
Calling a lawyer after a defective product injury is more about getting answers than it is anything else. If you’re like most individuals in Alabama, you don’t know what your next steps should be, and you don’t have to. All you have to do is give us a call for a free, no-obligation consultation. We’ll review your case for free and help you determine whether or not a lawsuit is appropriate. In the meantime, be sure to get all the medical treatment you need and document it well. Those documents will be vitally important to your injury claim.
Power to the Consumer
Consumers keep our economy going by buying the products businesses around the country provide. With that type of influence, you would think that consumers would have a great deal of power. As a collective force, yes, consumers can shift the economic landscape, but individually, their power is limited.
Or is it?
One of the things that makes our country great is the fact that any individual can stand up to a large corporation and win. Take Erin Brockovich for example. In 1993, she uncovered an injustice that wrecked the lives of several families in a small California community. She and her small law firm took on Pacific Gas and Electric, a multibillion-dollar conglomerate, and won a landmark decision that not only transformed the community for the better, but also set a precedent for future cases.
Our justice system is one of the greatest achievements of our forefathers. It ensures that any citizen, no matter race, gender, or socioeconomic status, can hold individuals, corporations, and even the government accountable for their harmful actions. At Norris Injury Lawyers, we’ve been standing up for the injured people of Alabama for more than 35 years. We’re proud to have been an advocate for so many in the past, and we’d be honored to represent you as well.
Standing With Alabama Victims of Defective Products
Most Alabamans are honest, hard-working folks just trying to make ends meet every month. They’re responsible with their money, stretching their paychecks as far as they’ll go in order to keep their families fed, clothed, and sheltered. With the rising cost of necessities, that balancing act is getting harder and harder, so when you spend some of that hard-earned money on a product or medication that ends up doing you harm, it can be devastating for you and your family’s future.
At Norris Injury Lawyers, we stand up to manufacturers that put profits over people—those corporations that either fail to do proper safety testing or intentionally put defective products on the market regardless of the harm they do. We believe those corporations should not only be responsible for the injuries they cause, but they should be made an example of to discourage them from ever doing it again. That’s why we fight for the maximum amount of compensation for every client injured by a defective product, so these corporations know the people of Alabama won’t stand for their greed-fueled negligence.
Get Help With Your Defective Product Lawsuit
There are unforgiving, strict deadlines to file defective product lawsuits. Don’t wait to get the help you need from a Alabama personal injury attorney. Contact the product liability attorneys at Norris Injury Lawyers law firm and help protect your rights to compensation. Call (800) 477-7510 or complete our free consultation form to get started with your claim now.
If you or someone you love was injured by a defective product, give us a call today for your free consultation. Our experienced Alabama product liability lawyers can help you seek maximum compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and even pain and suffering. You don’t have to know what to do next. All you have to do is contact us for our free consultation.