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Product Liability Claims in New Hampshire

There are many products out in today's market that unfortunately have been poorly made and have caused thousands to become injured or harmed due to their defective workmanship or design. When a product fails to meet the standards for use for which it was intended, a product liability claim may be able to be presented to those responsible for the product's manufacture. A New Hampshire product liability lawyer can evaluate the circumstances surrounding your injury or illness and assess the potential for pursuing a claim on your behalf.

At Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey, our attorneys have over 20 years of experience in the product liability field and have successfully helped numerous clients to recover damages suffered as a result of a defective product. Investigating these types of claims involves a meticulous study of the manufacture, history of problems with the product and how the manufacturer handled the safety issues raised. It must be determined that the product was faulty due to its manufacture and that the defect was the direct cause of the injury or illness. Proving negligence can be a daunting task, but with the resources at our law firm, we have pursued such claims effectively for our clients.

Defective Products in Today's Market

Over the years, consumers have been put at great risk when it comes to their unknowing use of dangerous or defective products. Sadly, many unsafe products, poorly maintained foods and more make their way onto the shelves of department stores, grocery stores, and the like. Failure to regulate the items being put on the market for consumers to purchase and/or consume could result in food poisoning, illness, physical impairment, or fatality.

When it comes to product liability, some sectors are more hardly hit than others. This is because some consumer products are naturally more responsible for the risk that they pose to those who use them. For example, defective car seats or the failure of a seatbelt could potentially cause enough damage to greatly endanger the life of another person. The same could be said of the prescription drug field. The liability that dangerous drugs could impose on the medical facility that issued them is huge; when individuals trustingly take the medicines prescribed to them they do not believe that their livelihood may be in danger from a misdiagnosis or a wrong prescription.

There are numerous types of defective products currently that have caused great harm to consumers. Some of the most common areas where defects have been found include:

When you or a loved one has been harmed due to a defective product, pursuing a product liability claim is crucial if you wish to recover compensation for your losses. Injuries caused by the poor construction of some products can be severe, including such recent examples of broken bones in babies caught in defective cribs, serious injuries in vehicles rolling over or failing to stop due to defective parts, and drugs that have dangerous and deadly side effects. No family should have to face these consequences because a manufacturer failed to take the necessary precautions to ensure a safe product was produced. Worse yet, when manufacturers attempt to conceal such faults, thousands more are needlessly put at risk.

With our professional and experienced trial lawyers, we have the knowledge you need to pursue your product liability case. Many of these cases end up in court, where our legal team has extensive experience. Your future is important and your case will be given the personal attention it deserves.

Contact a New Hampshire product liability attorney for your free initial consultation.

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Product Liability Practice Areas
Product Liability
Dangerous Products
Defective Products
Proving Negligence
Prescription Drug Liability
Dangerous Drugs
Seatbelt Failure
Defective Car Seats
Food Poisoning
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