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LONG ISLAND Defective Products Lawyers

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Long Island Defective Products Lawyers

Manufacturers have an obligation to consumers who purchase and use their products. They must ensure these products are safe to use as marketed. Unfortunately, manufacturers often put profits over the safety of their consumers. When this happens, the injuries that can result are often very serious. If you have been injured due to a defective product, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your damages. Contact Mr. Albert, personal injury attorney of NYC for a case evaluation.

Long Island defective products lawyer Marc Albert has handled a wide variety of cases involving defective products, and he understands the devastation caused by many of these injuries. He will fight aggressively to ensure your rights are protected every step of the way.

WHAT IS PRODUCT LIABILITY LAW?

Product liability is the area of law that holds all parties involved in the manufacturing, production, and sale of a product accountable for the injuries caused when the product does not function properly. There are several parties who may potentially be held liable if you are injured by a defective product:

  • Manufacturer
  • Wholesaler
  • Retailer

The appropriate parties to hold accountable for your injuries will be based on the specifics of your case. Through a detailed consultation with you and a thorough investigation of the facts and circumstances of your claim, our Long Island product liability law firm will determine who should be held responsible for the injuries that you sustained.

TYPES OF PRODUCT DEFECTS

There are three different types of defects which may result in your having a valid product liability claim:

  • Design defects
  • Manufacturing defects
  • Marketing defects

Design defects refer to a flaw in the actual design of the product. As a result, these defects exist in the earliest stages of product development and usually will impact every product on the line that is manufactured based on these flawed plans.

Manufacturing defects exist when the product was initially designed properly, but there was an error in the way these designs were followed when the product was manufactured. In many cases, manufacturing defects will only impact the small number of products which were constructed negligently.

Marketing defects involve instances where the instructions provided with the product fail to warn consumers of potential dangers or do not accurately inform consumers how to use the product safely and properly. Examples of marketing defects include:

  • Improper labeling of products
  • Insufficient instructions
  • Failure to warn consumers of a product’s hidden dangers
  • Negligent misrepresentation of a product’s uses and safety

MARC ALBERT – LONG ISLAND DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS ATTORNEY CAN HELP YOU

For more than 15 years, Marc Albert has been fighting for the rights of people just like you who have been injured by defective products. He has handled an extremely wide range of product liability cases involving many different types of consumer products, and this extensive experience has given him a strong grasp on the complex laws which apply to your case.

Mr. Albert spent almost a decade running the personal injury and medical malpractice divisions of Seeger Weiss, a prominent New York City mass tort and personal injury law firm. During this time, he earned numerous multimillion dollar verdicts and settlements for his clients. Mr. Albert brings this big firm experience and strong track record of success to your case, leveling the playing field when facing the high powered legal teams working for product manufacturers.

Please contact our New York defective products law firm today to schedule your free initial consultation. Marc Albert serves clients throughout the New York City metropolitan area from his offices in Queens, Manhattan, and Long Island.

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