Product Liability

Syracuse, New York, Attorneys for Dangerous Products

Dangerous or defective products can cause very serious injuries and wrongful death. If you’ve been injured by such a product, you need an attorney who will hold manufacturers and distributors accountable and get you the compensative you deserve. At The Stanley Law Offices, our team of experienced product liability lawyers works hard to help you achieve the best possible result in your case.

Product Liability Lawsuits

Manufacturers have a duty to design and test their products to industry standards, as well as to warn end users of potential dangers. When manufacturers fail to do this, and when a product causes injury due to a bad design or manufacturing flaw, it’s necessary for someone to hold these companies responsible.

At The Stanley Law Offices, we take legal action in product liability lawsuits related to defective design, manufacturing defects, failure to warn and breach of warranty.

Our team of experienced lawyers has the experience to bring successful lawsuits related to a wide range of products:

  • Medical devices, like defibrillators and pacemakers
  • Car parts, like air bags and seat belts
  • Household items
  • Industrial machinery
  • Home and lawn equipment
  • Defective drugs

Because the injuries caused by dangerous and defective products can be so serious, many accident victims have difficulty getting around. With six office locations, including Syracuse, Binghamton, Rochester and Watertown, New York, as well as Montrose, Pennsylvania, we offer convenient access to the legal help you depend on. Our product liability attorneys can also work with you to make home or hospital visits if needed.

Contact Us

To talk to an attorney about your product liability questions, schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer at The Stanley Law Offices. Contact us toll free at 800.608.3333 or 800.372.3760. Se habla español.

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