Defective Products

Defective product litigation and injury lawsuits involve defective and unreasonably dangerous products that cause personal injuries and even death. Manufacturers of defective products are liable for design defects, improper safety devices and manufacturing defects that cause injury. The law offices of Nolan Caddell Reynolds represents clients injured by such things as:

  • Defective auto parts
  • Failed airbags
  • Failed seatbelt clasps
  • Roof crush
  • Electrical cord fires
  • Dangerous drugs
  • Defective appliances
  • Improper labeling
  • Toxic materials
  • Lead poisoning
  • Defective medical devices
  • Pacemakers
  • Drug infusion systems

Know the facts

Product liability cases may involve a long list of responsible parties or companies, but there are typically three different kinds of defective product cases:

  • Manufacturing defects–defects that occur in the process of making the product (i.e., a car seat buckle with a broken internal mechanism which keeps it from fastening securely).
  • Design defects–defects that are inherent to the product’s conception (i.e., a ladder that collapses under a reasonable amount of weight).
  • Marketing defects–improper warning to the consumer of the product’s possible dangers (i.e., inadequate, or lack of, warnings against dangers inherent to the product).

In many defective product cases you, the plaintiff, must prove that the product in question is defective and unsafe. You need an experienced Arkansas Product Liability Attorney to help you get the money you deserve for your injuries.

Put us to work for you

The law offices of Nolan Caddell Reynolds consults design engineers, stress analysts, metals experts, medical professionals, and electronics technicians to analyze and explain product and design failures that injure our clients. Our Products Liability Attorneys have taken on car manufacturers, drug companies, appliance makers, and other manufacturers in cases involving design defects, dangerous toys, and medical devices. We understand the technical and legal issues involved and how to build and prove our clients’ cases.

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