Tennessee Manufacturing Defects Attorneys
Due to the numerous regulations imposed in order to ensure the safety of manufactured products, Tennessee consumers have every right to expect that the products they buy will be safe for use. Unfortunately, negligent manufacturing companies sometimes contribute to an overall failure to follow safety regulations, leading to defective products that can cause injury to the consumers who use them. When individuals are harmed by a defective product, they may be eligible to pursue a product liability claim to compensation for their resulting pain and suffering.
At Pohl & Berk, LLP, our Tennessee manufacturing defect attorneys know how easily your life can be disrupted by a faulty product. We want you to know that you and your family should not be held responsible for the damage caused by a defective product.
Common Manufacturing Defects
Manufacturing defects can affect a wide range of products, from pharmaceuticals to appliances to children’s toys and beyond. Regardless of what the product is, even small faults in a product can cause it to become dangerous. A few of the most commonly reported manufacturing defects that may cause injury are as follows:
- Connecting parts with the wrong types of fasteners
- Incorrectly attaching parts
- Failing to use appropriate paint colors to indicate safety warnings
- Incorrectly installing electric circuitry
- Contaminating the product
If you or your family has been harmed because of a defective product, you may be able to seek compensation for any medical bills associated with the injury, as well as pain and suffering.
Contact a Tennessee Manufacturing Defects Attorney
Product liability cases involving manufacturing defects can be challenging to pursue on your own. As such, it is important to have a legal team on your side when you intend to seek compensation for the injuries and damages that a defective product caused you. The Tennessee legal team of Pohl & Berk, LLP, may be able to put their experience to work by helping you with your particular situation. Feel free to call our Tennessee office at (615) 277-2765 today.