Products Liability Attorney – Los Angeles
When you use any commercial products such as a car, a piece of machinery, toy, or even a pharmaceutical drug, and you suffer injuries because of the product, then you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries from the manufacturer. Before a manufacturer releases its products into the stream of commerce and make it available to the consumer, the product is expect to be free from hazards to the purchaser. Unfortunately, there have been many products on the market that are later determined to be dangerous to consumers. In some cases, a defective product may have caused deadly injuries or accidents.
If you or a loved one has been injured due to a defective or faulty product because it was either defectively designed or failed to provide an adequate warning, it is critical that you contact an Orange County products liability attorney.
Products Liability Orange County
When a faulty product causes a serious injury, it may be necessary to file a product liability lawsuit. Some of these actions can be difficult to litigate requiring scientific research, expert witness testimony and research to prove that the product caused the injury. And you can rest assured that some of these large manufacturers will vigorously fight and contest the suit as they have powerful defense attorneys fighting to discount the claim. In these cases, it is important to have an equally powerful orange county personal injury lawyer fighting on your behalf. However, rest assured that at The Sehat Law Firm, our legal team is known for their tenacious advocacy and persistent tenure when representing clients in complex product liability cases.
Contact an Orange County Product Liability Attorney from The Sehat Law Firm if you or a loved one has been injured due to a failing or defective product.
Product Liability Case
False engagement – incomplete latching of Smith machine locking mechanism – defective exercise machine
Our law firm represents smith machine users who sustain injuries as a result of a locking mechanism’s false engagement.
We would like to hear from anyone who has experienced an incomplete or partial latching, also referred to as a “false engagement” of the hook that rests on top of the pegs, which holds the bar. When a false engagement occurs, the hook actually rests on the top of the peg- not fully over it- which can cause the bar to unexpectedly fall on the user.
There have been numerous incidents of false engagements and incomplete latching against numerous Smith machine manufacturers that utilizes the same dangerous latching mechanism.
We would like to hear from anyone who has experienced this type of incident or knows of this type of incident occurring.