A Voice for Dallas Defective Products Injuries
Holding manufacturers responsible for harm
We rely on the products we use to work the way they’re intended to, without malfunctioning and causing harm. But some products are either defectively designed, poorly manufactured or don’t carry clear safety instructions. When a defective product causes harm to its user, the law allows that person to recover compensation for his or her injuries. If you’ve been injured by a defective product, the Beasley Law Firm help. We’ve represented clients in products liability cases for more than 20 years.
Product manufacturers and designers have significant legal and financial resources to fight claims against them. That’s why it’s important for those injured by defective products to have a skilled advocate who can take on difficult adversaries in court. We know how to gather the facts of a case and use those facts to form a clear and effective strategy to advance our client’s interests.
A product defect may exist for the following reasons:
- Defective design. Some products are poorly designed, making them defective from the start. When used as intended, they either malfunction or carry serious hidden safety risks for users.
- Defective manufacture. Some products may be designed well but are manufactured poorly or with shoddy materials. Failure to manufacture a product without defects can result in a malfunction that causes serious harm.
- Missing or inadequate safety instructions. If a product carries a number of potential dangers, the manufacturer has a duty to adequately warn users about those dangers and include instructions for safe use. When those safety instructions are missing or inadequate and the product causes harm to the user, the manufacturer may be held liable for damages.
Call our Fort Worth office to speak with our defective products attorney
The Beasley Law Firm has both the experience and skills necessary to challenge large manufacturers and hold them responsible for the injuries their defective products cause. Let us help you hold them accountable. Call 817.338.1877 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation. We offer contingency arrangements, so you won’t be billed unless we secure financial compensation for you.