Household Products

Products made for use in and around the house can be dangerous to adults and children. Consumers need to be protected from these dangerous and defective products. A defect can turn a household item that appears safe into a dangerous product that can cause serious injuries.

Coker, Schickel, Sorenson & Posgay attorneys recognize consumers need to be protected from these dangers. Household items that appear safe can be defective and cause serious injuries. We have brought dangerous products to the attention of the manufacturer in our cases, resulting in the removal of these products from the market or changes in the labeling and instructions that accompany the products. Our firm has successfully obtained compensation for individuals and families injured by dangerous and defective household products.

There are many things protecting us from defective products: state and federal regulations, company testing, and good old common sense. However, more often than we’d like to see, defective products enter our home and injure someone we love. At this law firm, we can provide the last defense against defective products with product liability cases that keep companies on their toes and ensure that safety laws are upheld. Even more than that, cases of this nature helps to ensure that no other person will be injured or killed by the product in question.

For more information on keeping up to date about the defective product recalls in your area, visit the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

If you or your child has been injured by a defective product, you may be entitled to compensation. Coker, Schickel, Sorenson & Posgay has successfully handled numerous cases of injury stemming from a child’s toy, infant product or item of apparel. Our attorneys have the experience and resources to thoroughly investigate claims of this type, engage experts to help prove your case and take the case to court to fight for your right to fair compensation for this type of injury.

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