A Defective Product Has Taken A Limb From You — We Can Help You Fight Back
When a company is allowed to advertise and sell a product in the United States, they’re promoting the product to be safe when used properly. This means that the product cannot have a design flaw that makes it fundamentally unsafe, or be made in a sloppy way that creates a defect.
If a defective product has resulted in an amputation, our laws say you are entitled to compensation. The loss of a limb is one of the absolute worst injuries that a defective product can inflict. The manufacturer broke their promise to you when they sold you a product that was fundamentally unsafe, resulting in an avoidable tragedy.
Doyle Law: Helping Ensure the Manufacturer Is Held Responsible For Your Accident
Our attorneys at the law firm of Doyle Law understand the responsibilities that manufacturers have to the American people. We also understand the financial and psychological cost of a lost limb. Attorney Conal Doyle, one of our founding partners, is a right-leg amputee who has used a prosthesis for over 30 years. So we know the challenges firsthand, and we know what kind of compensation you need to start on the road to recovery.
Doyle Law is familiar with a wide variety of defective products, such as:
- Automobile defects, ranging from defective tires, seat belts, and airbags, to components of the vehicles themselves, like brakes, fuel lines, and more
- All manner of household consumer products, such as exercise machines, cooking equipment, home power tools, etc.
- Workplace equipment, including various industrial tools, forklifts, assembly line components, etc.
All of our work is done on a contingency basis, meaning we don’t collect a cent until you’ve been awarded damages. We’ve helped clients from all walks of life who have lost a limb because of a negligent manufacturer. We’d like to do the same for you.
Call me at 310.385.0567 today. We can help you get the damages necessary to move on with your life – and you can bring justice to the negligent company for your loss.