Defective Products

Columbia Product Liability Lawyer

About Defective Products

Manufacturers are responsible for ensuring their products are safe to use. This includes properly designing their products, making sure they are correctly both labeled and have appropriate instructions for their use, and that they are free from defects. When a manufacturer's negligence in any of these areas results in a product that injures people, they can be held liable for damages. This includes products such as:

  • Household appliances
  • Toys
  • Food
  • Recreational equipment
  • Sports equipment
  • Vehicles and automotive parts
  • Medical equipment
  • Tools

If you or a loved one were injured by a defective product, contact a Columbia personal injury attorney for information on personal injury laws and filing a claim for damages. You may be eligible for compensation to cover your medical costs and any losses, including hospitalization, treatment, rehabilitation, physical therapy, home care, lost income and property damage.

Defective Product Attorney in Columbia, MO

Injuries caused by defective products can include dismemberment, nerve damage, broken bones, head injuries and deep lacerations. The medical costs for your recovery can place an unexpected financial burden on you and your family. The Sumner Law Group provides informed legal counsel and representation in personal injury cases involving defective products. Attorney Brent Sumner is an experienced litigator that can discuss your legal options and how best to seek compensation for your injuries. He will evaluate your case and give you honest feedback regarding the merits of your claim and the type of compensation you can expect to receive. If a loved one was fatally injured by a defective product, our firm will compile a comprehensive wrongful death claim and seek compensation for your losses.

Contact a Columbia defective product lawyer for vigorous representation if you or a loved one have been injured by a defective product.

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