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Philadelphia Product Liability Lawyers

Every year thousands of consumers sustain serious injuries from defective products. There are three general classes of product liability.

  • A flaw in the product's design: This could be anything from a failure in engineering to bad packaging. A classic example is the failures in automobiles that result in recalls.
  • A defect in manufacturing: Something went wrong in the manufacturing process — a jagged edge left on a product that leads to a serious laceration, for example, or a hamburger patty that contains E. coli and causes serious internal damage.
  • A failure to warn: Insufficient warnings on products are responsible for many fire, inhalation and poisoning injuries.

At Aversa & Linn, we assist injured individuals in bringing claims for injuries or deaths caused by products with any of these three failures. Some of the most common failures result in product recalls.

Toy Recalls, Auto Recalls and Drug Recalls

The big push to increase product safety in recent years can be ascribed to product liability lawsuits, which call companies on the carpet for selling products that cause harm to users. All these defects could be eliminated if the manufacturers or distributors of these products took appropriate steps to protect people using their products from harm.

Dangerous Products Attorneys

Injured consumers may be entitled to include these damages:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of physical capacity
  • Pain, suffering and mental anguish
  • Punitive damages

The lawyers at Aversa & Linn have been representing individuals and families in the Philadelphia area in product liability cases for more than 20 years. We will assemble a crack team of experts and safety advocates to build the strongest possible case for you.

We have successfully won compensation for clients Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

Remember: We only get paid if we come through for you.

If you have been injured by a defective or dangerous product, Philadelphia product liability attorneys at Aversa & Linn want to hear from you. For a free initial consultation, e-mail them or call them at 215-751-1717.

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