When Products Fail And Harm
When a product does not perform as promised and that failure to perform causes serious injury, the injured person has a product liability case.
When a product causes harm, the negligent or liable party may be a retailer, distributor or manufacturer. There are many types of products that are defective and cause injury including kitchen appliances, lawnmowers, medical devices, children’s toys, food, aerosol products, furniture, tires and more.
At Litton Law Firm, our attorney and founder, Mark Litton, has over 30 years of experience in Oklahoma personal injury, including product liability cases. If you, your child or a family member was seriously injured by a product, call our office and let’s discuss how we can help. These cases are taken on a contingency fee basis which means the firm only gets paid if we take your case and win a settlement (out of court) or a verdict (in a trial) for you.
Types Of Compensation Covered In Product Liability Cases
Many different types of injuries happen when products fail. No matter your injury, including burns and loss of life, compensation can be pursued to cover your:
- Doctor visits, hospital stays and other medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Disability due to your injury
- Pain and suffering
- Costs related to your rehabilitation
Manufacturers are required to test and verify the safety of any product they put out on the market. Some companies are aware of defects but, because they fear a loss of profits, are reluctant to publish a recall. We work to hold companies responsible. We offer representation that is not only efficient and effective but also personal and committed to protecting your interests. When a product burns someone, there are certain steps to follow.
Speak With An Attorney Who Will Advocate For Your Best Outcome
Product liability cases require experience and specific personal injury law knowledge. With a more than 30-year history of successfully helping victims and their families hold negligent parties accountable and attain the compensation needed, attorney Mark Litton and our legal team can help you too. Call 405-896-9724 or send an email to the firm.