San Francisco Products Liability Lawyer
Injured By a Defective Product in the Bay Area?
California product liability laws hold manufacturers, distributors and
retailers strictly liable if a defect in a product injures a person who
was using the product in a reasonably foreseeable manner. A product is
defective if it contains a manufacturing or design defect, or lacks sufficient
instructions or warnings.
If you have been injured, it is absolutely essential that you learn and
understand your rights as a consumer. At the
Law Office of Scott Righthand, P.C., we are proud to offer outstanding representation to individuals following
a product malfunction. Our trusted San Francisco personal injury attorneys
may be able to help you retain the compensation that you deserve.
Free Personal Injury Consultation
We’ve helped numerous injury victims recover
maximum compensation, and we can fight for you!
Our firm represents individuals and families who have been injured by defective
products. Goods that may be the subject of a products liability lawsuit
span across all product categories. That is why it requires a skilled
San Francisco product liability lawyer to handle cases like these.
The good news is that our firm can handle cases involving:
Industrial machinery and equipment - saws, mills, lathes, drills, grinders, and presses
Drugs - prescription and over-the-counter medicines
Medical devices. - prosthetic devices, pacemakers, artificial joints, and breast implants
Hazardous materials - toxic chemicals, pesticides, and asbestos
Motor vehicles - SUVs, trucks, cars, and motorcycles, as well as automotive parts
Household appliances - ovens, grills, refrigerators, ranges, dishwashers, washers, and dryers
Consumer Goods - toys, shoes, and clothing
The Law Office of Scott Righthand, P.C. can help!
There are a number of scenarios in which a product could malfunction or
fail to operate properly and cause serious injuries. In determining liability
for these cases, a representative from our personal injury firm can investigate
your situation and ensure that the wrongful party is held accountable
for their negligence. Depending on the specifics of your situation, the
manufacturer, the supplier or the distributor could potentially be held
responsible. Each situation is unique, making it important for you to
first seek the counsel of an attorney before taking any other steps in