When damages occur as a result of product failure, the manufacturers, sellers, and distributors of those products may be liable. Whether the damage or injury is due to a design defect, a flaw in manufacturing, or the failure to provide proper warnings or instructions, the product liability attorneys at Strickland & Kendall offer a free evaluation of your case and dedicated counsel in seeking compensation.
Product Liability Attorneys
Product liability cases can be complex and require counsel with expertise in both contract and tort law. Very often it involves taking on large manufacturers. At Strickland & Kendall, we are dedicated to protecting your rights and work with experts across a wide range of fields in order to build your case. We can guide you through each step of the process.
Types of Product Liability
Product liability claims cover an extremely wide range of defective products. Just a few examples include:
- Defective brakes
- Defective airbags
- Tainted medicine or food
- Inadequately labeled pharmaceuticals
- Defective safety devices such as fire detectors
- Tire blowouts
- Post-collision fires
- Defective medical devices
- Door latch failures
- Seatbelt failures
- Structural or component failures
- Industrial machinery
- many, many more…
There are thousands of instances of possible product liability. If a product is poorly designed, manufactured or labeled and causes injury, you may be owed compensation. This practice area of law is very dense. It is best to talk to one of our experienced product liability attorneys as soon as possible.
At Strickland & Kendall, L.L.C. we have your interests in mind and will work to establish liability and preserve your credibility. Our experience is here to benefit you. Call us immediately at (800) 874-3528 or (334) 269-3230. You may also fill out the contact form and we will respond to you promptly.
We will review your case for free and there is never a fee unless we recover for you.
Strickland & Kendall have offices in Mobile and Montgomery, AL but represent clients across the United States.