All types of products sold in the U.S., including consumer, industrial, and medical-grade products, are supposed to be tested and proven safe for their intended uses. But because the testing process is lengthy and expensive—and because manufacturers may want to hide certain design flaws and risks—some products that pose serious threats to the people who use them still end up on the market.
Suffering an injury due to a defective product can result in serious complications and consequences, including expensive medical bills and weeks, months, or even years out of work. Because product manufacturers are typically multi-billion-dollar companies, many victims are reluctant to file compensation claims. After all, how are individual people and families supposed to stand up against huge, publicly traded companies?
Thankfully, the legal system makes it possible for victims to be heard when others—including big companies—fail to uphold their duties and responsibilities. And at Lowell Stanley Injury Lawyers, our Virginia defective product attorneys know what it takes to go toe-to-toe with product manufacturers both in the compensation claim process and in the courtroom.
Whether you were injured by a dangerous weed killer, a defective medical device that was implanted in your body, a flawed military earplug, or any other type of harmful product, we want to help. We’ve helped many other victims just like you get compensation for injuries, medical expenses, and lost wages due to defective product injuries, and we want to help you, too. Contact us today for a free consultation.