Experienced Chicago Lawyers For Defective Product Claims
Makers of products have a responsibility to consumers to keep those products safe and free of defects and to warn of any potential dangers. When they fail to live up to that responsibility, they should be held accountable. Unfortunately, accepting accountability for a dangerous product can be damaging to a company, so many companies attempt to shirk responsibility when the items they make cause harm.
At Munday & Nathan in Chicago, our attorneys work hard to prevent companies from getting away with putting harmful products into the hands of consumers. We have decades of experience and a reputation for multimillion-dollar successes in personal injury claims involving dangerous and defective products. These claims are referred to as product liability claims.
Standing Up For Consumers Against Big Businesses
We stand up for consumers throughout Illinois and nationwide who have been injured by a defective or dangerous product. We recognize that the big businesses we take on in these cases are strong and resourceful; we have strength and resources of our own, as we have proven time and time again. We are a match for even the biggest opponents.
Product liability claims can involve anything from poorly designed products, products made with improper materials, products sent out without proper warnings, and more. Among the types of product liability cases we can handle are:
- Defective cars and auto parts: defective tires, defective brakes, defective air bags
- Defective toys and children’s products: defective car seats, defective strollers
- Defective tools and work equipment: defective saws, defective drills, defective ladders
- Defective factory equipment: defective punch presses, defective conveyor belts
- Defective foods: E. coli cases, Listeria cases, food poisoning cases
Free Consultations About Defective Product Claims
Let our lawyers stand up to a big business on your behalf. Call us at 312-815-7364 or send us an email. We handle every dangerous and defective product case on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we get you compensation.