Buffalo Defective Product Lawyers – Product Liability Attorneys
The Dietrich Law Firm, Buffalo New York product liability lawyers, have years of experience representing those who have suffered an injury caused by a defective product or negligence due to the manufacture or sale of that product. Anyone who is a victim of an unsafe or defective product may be awarded damages to be paid by the manufacturer, designer, or seller of that product.
Consumers are injured every day by harmful products or their effects. Negligence is a term used to describe the absence of proper care to avoid an injury. A manufacturer can be held liable for negligence if they fail to practice regular care in production, design or even assembly of their product.
If a seller fails to honor or fulfill terms described by a product’s warranty, this is called breach of warranty. If a seller advertises a product in a way that gives the consumer a false sense of security, a misrepresentation claim may be filed. This would also cover any intentional concealment of hazards to the consumer by the seller.
People use hazardous products every day, many times without the knowledge of the dangers they may possess. Dangerous or faulty products can lead to loss, bodily injury, or even death.
The trial lawyers of The Dietrich Law Firm are experienced in handling product liability cases in New York and can assist you in evaluating your personal situation.
IF YOU, OR A LOVED ONE, HAVE BEEN INJURED – CONTACT US TODAY FOR A FREE CONSULTATION!
The personal injury attorneys at The Dietrich Law Firm have years of experience representing the victims of the negligence of others. We have a team of professional lawyers to handle the claims of people who have suffered serious injuries, including auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, insurance bad faith, slip & falls , Social Security disability, dog bites, aviation accidents, faulty products, Federal Employees Liability Act (FELA), railroad accidents, legal malpractice, pharmaceutical products, and medical malpractices.