What to do if I am Injured by a Defective Product?
If you or a loved one suffer a defective product injury it is critical to Save the Evidence. It is very important to save and preserve the object and any other evidence of what happened. It can be difficult to prove your case without having the physical object that caused the injury.
Do I need a Defective Product Injury Attorney?
If you have suffered a dangerous or defective product injury, you are entitled to claim compensation from the manufacturer, distributor, and retailer of the product that injured you. Your Defective Product Liability Claim needs to be professionally handled. At the Law Offices of Christopher L. Jackson L.L.C., we can investigate your claim and help you seek compensation to cover medical bills, lost wages, and other losses.
In the case of a Dangerous Product Injury.
Manufacturers have a responsibility to ensure that the products they make or sell are reasonably safe. When they fail to do so,
countless people can be injured. Most of the time, a product recall is only issued long after consumers are hurt.
What products do you have expertise in?
We represent people who have suffered and defective product injury by any of a wide variety of dangerous or defective products:
• Dangerous Cars, Trucks and Other Vehicles
• SUVs Prone to Rollovers
• Defective Auto Parts
• Food Contamination/Foreign Objects in Food
• Defective Consumer Products
• Dangerous Toys, Such as Those Containing Lead
• Faulty Industrial Equipment
• Defective Medical Products
Contact us about a Defective Product Injury online or by calling 1-888-811-FAIR (3247) to schedule an initial consultation about a possible product liability claim. We serve Greater Cincinnati and Covington, and we represent clients throughout Ohio and Northern Kentucky.
Negligent product design and manufacturing cause countless injuries every year. If you or a loved one has been injured, contact a product liability. A lawyer who can help you seek full and fair compensation for your injuries and losses. We have your back.