San Francisco Defective Product Liability Lawsuit
Defective products sometimes make big news. Unfortunately, this happens only after many people have already suffered serious or fatal injuries. What is more unfortunate is that these products are often not taken off the market even after injuries and deaths are reported, subjecting countless additional people to their hazards. Product liability is a serious matter, take the next step with us.
Contact our Defective Product Lawyer
At The Cartwright Law Firm, we hold negligent manufacturers accountable for their actions. We take defective products cases selectively, pursuing individual claims rather than class actions. This allows our San Francisco Product Liability Lawyers to spend the time and energy necessary to obtain the compensation our clients need.
When Defective Products Cause Injury
Defective product claims may include design flaws, manufacturing defects, poor instructions or inadequate warnings, warranty claims, and failure to make necessary modifications. In some cases, there may be multiple liable parties. We will investigate your claim and hold all negligent parties accountable.
The types of defective products are too numerous to name, however, we are currently pursuing claims involving:
- Dangerous drugs and pharmaceuticals
- Defective medical devices
- DePuy ASR hip devices recall and injuries
- Auto and tire defects
- Trans-Vaginal Mesh
If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective product or medical device, you are often facing intimidating opposition from a large corporation. With our San Francisco Product Liability Lawyers on your side, however, you have a powerful advocate. We have the skill, experience, and reputation to fight these companies on your behalf. Whether we are fighting an auto parts manufacturer or a pharmaceutical company, we have the resources and staff to build compelling cases that we are prepared to take to trial when that is in your best interests.
Contact us online, or call 415-906-2753 in San Francisco or 707-361-4255 in the North Bay. The consultation is free!