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Indiana Defective Product Lawyers
From consumer goods off store shelves to medical devices implanted by surgeons, we trust corporations to produce products that are safety tested, properly manufactured, and accurately labeled. But defective product injuries are common, and the consequences can be financially devastating. In fact, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that deaths, injuries, and property damage related to defective products cost Americans more than $1 trillion every year.
At Stewart & Stewart Attorneys, we don't believe consumers should have to pay out of pocket for a corporation's negligence. If you were injured by a defective product, our Indiana defective product lawyers can help you get the compensation you deserve for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Contact us 24/7—just dial (800) 33-33-LAW or complete our free online consultation form to get started now.
Defective Medical Device Lawsuits
Whether you receive a medical device from a surgeon or purchase it from a drug store, you expect it to be tested for safety and reliability. But every year, hundreds of thousands of patients are affected by dangerous or recalled medical devices.
You don't have to fight alone after a defective medical device injury. We understand the physical, emotional, and financial consequences you may be facing, and our Indiana defective medical device lawyers are here to help you get the best possible results for your claim.
Recovering Damages From Defective Product Manufacturers
Consumers often end up paying the price when corporations fail to ensure their products are safe. At Stewart & Stewart, we don't believe injury victims should pay out of pocket for a manufacturer's negligence.
Our Indiana product liability lawyers can help determine the parties responsible for your injuries and hold them accountable for their negligence, so you can get the compensation you need to get better.
We have experience handling claims related to a variety of defective or recalled items, including:
- Car/truck tires
- Space heaters
- Other household items and more
No matter what product injured you, we want to help. Our initial consultation is always free, and our No Fee Guarantee® means you won't pay us anything unless you win or settle your case.
Types of Product Liability Cases
Defective product claims may involve a long list of responsible parties or companies, but there are typically three different kinds of defective product cases:
- Manufacturing Defect—a defect that occurs during the product's assembly process (e.g. a bolt that isn't tightened properly at the factory which results in the leg of a baby chair falling off easily)
- Design Defect—a defect that inherently occurs in the beginning developmental stages of the product (e.g. a swimming pool with holes in the bottom or an air conditioner that blows hot air)
- Marketing Defect—an improper warning to the consumer of a product's possible dangers (e.g. inadequate safety warnings or failing to include a comprehensive instruction manual)
In many product liability cases, it is up to the injury victim to prove that the product in question is dangerous and defective. Our Indiana defective product injury attorneys know product liability law, and we'll do everything we can to help you get the results you deserve. Contact us now.
Free Initial Consultation
If you have been injured by a defective product or medical device, contact an Indiana defective product lawyer at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys. Our defective product lawyers represent victims throughout the state, including Carmel, Indianapolis, and Anderson. We have also successfully advocated for clients throughout the area, including Fort Wayne, Gary, Indianapolis, and South Bend. Complete a free online consultation form or call us at (800) 33-33-LAW!
Stewart & Stewart Attorneys have the knowledge and experience to defend your rights in the following areas of Indiana injury law: auto accident, birth and child injury, brain injury, drug injury, defective product, fire and burn injury, insurance dispute, medical malpractice, motorcycle accident, nursing home abuse, slip and fall, Social Security Disability, truck accident, workers' compensation, wrongful death, and wrongful termination.