Indianapolis Product Liability Attorney
If you have been injured as a result of a dangerous or defective product, the attorneys at Golitko & Daly can maximize your compensation and bring the responsible parties to justice. Companies that manufacture and sell dangerous products have a duty to give consumers fair warning of the potential hazards of use. If someone is injured because of a defective product or because they were improperly warned about the danger of the product, the manufacturer can be held liable for the accident. If you need a product liability lawyer in the Kokomo, Bloomington, or Indianapolis, IN area, please contact our firm to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.
The product liability lawyers at Golitko & Daly have experience with all types of cases involving dangerous and defective products. It is imperative that you obtain legal representation immediately after incurring an injury to ensure that your rights are protected. Our attorneys can take on multiple companies at once and hold all of the responsible parties liable. We will analyze your claim during a free consultation and take into account all of the different variables that can affect your case.
If a product is manufactured in such a way that it does not meet the exact design specification, it is considered to be defective. If the defect causes the product to injure the consumer, the manufacturer can be held liable for failing to make a safe product. Our attorneys will thoroughly investigate your claim to bring charges against all responsible parties.
If a product is designed in a way that a flaw can cause injury to the consumer or a bystander, the parties responsible for creating the defective condition can be held liable for damages. A product can be deemed to have a design defect if it fails to perform as a reasonable consumer would expect it to under normal use conditions, or the inherent risk of the defect outweighs the benefit of the product. These conditions can often be difficult to prove, but our attorneys have an excellent reputation for proving that companies have failed to meet their obligation to make a safe product.
Failure to Warn
If a company fails to adequately warn consumers about the inherent dangers of their product, even when it used as intended, that product can be considered to be defective. Many products, such as construction equipment, heavy machinery, or industrial tools can be hazardous even when used properly, and the responsibility to fairly warn the user falls squarely on the manufacturer. Without these warnings, a consumer may not understand the dangers associated with the product. If an injury occurs as a result of a user not having knowledge of a dangerous product, the manufacturers can be held liable for failing to properly warn the consumer. Our attorneys have extensive resources at their disposal to help prove your case and secure your recovery.
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If you or a loved one has been injured due to a dangerous or defective product, please contact our office to make an appointment with one of the attorneys at Golitko & Daly.