Products Liability

New Jersey Products Liability Attorneys

Manufacturers of appliances, power tools, drugs, and household items are liable for injuries caused by defective or dangerous products. Improper labeling, failed safety devices, or defective products that pass factory inspections can cause fires, injuries, and even fatalities. At the law office of Parisi & Gerlanc, our personal injury lawyers identify defective parts and dangerous components in products liability cases. Working with toxicologists, design engineers, medical professionals, and other experts as needed, we submit failed and dangerous products to independent lab testing in order to establish negligence and liability on the part of the product manufacturer, designer, and sellers. We also consult medical experts in establishing a causal link between a failed or defective product and our clients' injuries.

Before you speak to a manufacturer about your injuries and problems, contact the law office of Parisi & Gerlanc today. We will evaluate your case and ensure your rights and interests are protected.

Failed and Dangerous Products

The law office of Parisi & Gerlanc represents clients who have been injured by defective or dangerous products such as:

  • Failed seat belt clasp
  • Defective air bag
  • SUV rollover
  • Dangerous drugs
  • Defective medical devices
  • Electrical cord fire
  • Dangerous toys
  • Failed smoke alarm
  • Electrocution from appliances

Preparing Your Case

Products liability cases can be very technical and complex. That's why it's important to preserve evidence. Make sure you store the product that caused your injuries in a dry, secure place. Don't throw away any broken parts, packaging, or anything else. If possible, take photographs of the product, your injuries, and any other damage. Additionally, keep track of any expenses or medical bills you incur as a result of your injuries and the harm caused by the product in question including damage to your property or other persons.

Working with an Experienced Products Liability Lawyer

Before you speak to an insurance agent or the manufacturer of a defective product, it's important that you understand the legal options available to you. If you accept a settlement offer, you will lose your right to pursue additional compensation. If you provide a written or recorded statement, you may harm your case should you decide to litigate. As your attorneys, we coordinate any and all communication between you, the manufacturer, and any insurance claims adjusters involved. We protect your interest and rights.

For more information regarding our practice and how we can help you in a products liability case, contact the Hackensack, New Jersey products liability attorneys at the law office of Parisi & Gerlanc today.