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Sangamon County Product Liability Attorney

Macomb dangerous product injury lawyer

Lawyers for Injuries From Defective or Dangerous Products in Springfield, Champaign, and Decatur

There are a wide variety of consumer products that we use in our everyday lives, and we expect these products to be safe. Even though certain types of products must go through a testing and approval process, many items are found to be defective or dangerous after they are made available for sale to consumers. In these cases, manufacturers, distributors, or retailers may be liable for injuries caused by a product. A skilled personal injury lawyer can help victims determine who was responsible for their injuries and pursue financial compensation from the liable parties.

For over 40 years, the law firm of Kanoski Bresney has been providing legal help and representation to injury victims. We believe in fighting to protect the rights of those who have been harmed by defective products, and we are dedicated to helping our clients achieve justice and providing them with respect, response, and results. With more than $400 million recovered on behalf of our clients, we are prepared to do what it takes to make sure you are fully repaid for your injuries.

Legal Issues in Product Liability Cases

Product liability refers to the responsibility of a product's manufacturer, distributor, or retailer for injuries suffered by a product's users. Victims may be able to pursue a product liability case based on one of the following claims:

  • Design defects - A product may be dangerous due to flaws in the design process that increased the risks of injury when the product was used as intended.
  • Manufacturing defects - Problems during the manufacturing process, such as the use of the wrong materials, may cause a product to break down or function incorrectly, leading to injuries.
  • Marketing defects - A manufacturer, distributor, or retailer may be liable for injuries that occur if a product is marketed to be used in a way that is different from its original design and purpose.
  • Failure to warn - Injuries may occur because consumers were not provided with instructions about how to use a product safely or because they were not warned about the potential risks of using a product.

Common Types of Product Defects

Consumers may be injured by many different types of dangerous products, including:

  • Baby products - Children can experience falls, asphyxiation, choking injuries, or other types of harm due to defective cribs, car seats, high chairs, strollers, swings, baby carriers, or toys.
  • Medical products - Defects in surgical implants, pacemakers, artificial joints, pain pumps, or other medical equipment can result in serious injuries for patients.
  • Motor vehicle recalls - Defective parts on cars or trucks are often recalled, including air bags, brakes, tires, seat belts, ignitions, and engine components. If they are not replaced, these parts can lead to dangerous car accidents or other types of injuries.
  • Pharmaceutical products - Prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications can have dangerous side effects, or they can cause injuries to patients due to allergies or interactions with other medications.
  • Tools and equipment - Power tools, landscaping equipment, and other items used either at home or while on the job can cause serious injuries if they do not function properly.

Contact Our Springfield Defective Products Attorneys

Product liability cases can often be complex, and multiple parties may be liable for an injury, including a designer who made mistakes during the design process, a manufacturer that used the wrong materials, or a retailer who allowed a product that was known to be dangerous to be sold to consumers. At Kanoski Bresney, we have experience working with engineers, designers, and materials specialists to determine the causes of product-related injuries, and we work to ensure that the liable parties are held responsible for the harm suffered by victims.

To learn how you can pursue repayment for injuries caused by a defective or dangerous product, contact us today and set up a free consultation by calling 888-U-COUNT-2 or 888-826-8682. We assist with product liability and personal injury cases throughout Illinois, including Sangamon County, Champaign County, Peoria County, Macon County, Bloomington, McDonough County, Champaign, Springfield, Rushville, Pekin, Peoria, Decatur, Tazewell County, Quincy, Macomb, Schuyler County, McLean County, and Adams County.

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