If a dangerous product caused injuries to you or someone you care about, call our office as soon as your safety is under control. We can help you get money for medical treatment, missed time from work, disfigurement and scarring, and emotional trauma caused by the product.
Although manufacturers are responsible to ensure the products they put on the market are safe for consumers, and retailers are required to remove recalled merchandise from store shelves, sales lots, and the marketplace, concerns about their own bottom line often prevent them from fulfilling those duties. And when people are injured or killed because of dangerous or defective products, those same financial concerns keep insurers and big name manufacturing companies from paying claims.
At Van Law Firm, we’re dedicated to keeping Nevadans safe. When you hire our team to handle your case, we’ll make sure the entities that are liable for your injuries are held accountable and that they are forced to remove these hazards from the market.
Four common theories of product liability are recognized in Nevada. You may be able to rely on more than one theory when making an injury claim.
It’s common for manufacturers and retailers to deny responsibility for dangerous products that cause injuries and deaths. In many cases, they will minimize injuries, claim products were misused or tampered with, or deny that the products are dangerous at all. When you’re recovering from serious injuries, the last thing you need to be concerned with is trying to deal with these unscrupulous companies. Give us a call- we’ll take it from here.
We understand the nuances of products liability laws in Nevada. We’re experienced in negotiating fair settlements when dangerous products cause injuries, and we have the resources to prove that manufacturer defects, faulty designs, and other product hazards caused your injuries. When you hire our team, we can help you recover money for:
Dangerous products come in all shapes and sizes and they impact the lives of Nevadans every day. Some people may encounter faulty equipment on their vehicle as they travel to work. Others might use dangerous medications, foods or other consumables. And parents might even be unknowingly handing their babies hazardous toys.
If you suffered injuries from a defective or hazardous product, seek medical attention and then call us.