California Defective Product Attorney
Products sold to American consumers for use at home, on the road or at work are expected to be safe from dangerous defects. Manufacturers, distributors and retailers have a legal obligation to ensure that their products will not cause injury or death when used for the intended purpose, even if the user may not have been following specific, detailed directions.
Our firm is recognized as one of Sacramento’s prominent personal injury law firms, representing victims of defective products throughout northern and central California.
If you have been injured by a defective product, we will fight aggressively to help you recover the full compensation you deserve for your medical care and financial damages. We opened our doors in 1996 with a simple promise: We strive to serve our clients with integrity, sound legal advice and vigorous representation that are focused on achieving maximum results for our clients.
- Free Consultation
- No Attorney Fee Unless You Win
Contact our offices to discuss your defective product injury or wrongful death claim with one of our product liability lawyers. We will provide a free, no obligation consultation. If you hire us to represent your claim against the insurance company, we will handle every detail of your case.
In addition, we will ensure that you receive quality medical treatment from our network of leading doctors and health care professionals. Usually, no insurance and no out-of-pocket expenses* will be required. You will not pay attorney’s fees unless we help you recover money in a settlement or jury award.
We help our clients recover money damages for injuries and wrongful death caused by defective products, including:
- Seatbelt failure, other
- Defective home appliances
- Dangerous power tools
- Defective toys
- Mislabeling, unclear instructions
- Industrial accidents
- Explosions, burns
- Exposure to toxic chemicals
We invite you to learn more about our practice at these information centers:
Call us at 916-786-7787 or contact our offices by e-mail to schedule a free consultation.
*In the event you elect to receive medical diagnosis and/or treatment on a lien basis, your health care provider will be entitled to payment at the conclusion of your case, from your settlement or jury award.