Nashville Product Liability Attorneys
Voted "Best Law Firms" by U.S. News in Product Liability Litigation!
For more than 40 years, the law has recognized that when companies manufacture
or sell dangerously defective products, or fail to contain proper warnings,
they can be held liable for injuries their products cause. At Kinnard,
Clayton & Beveridge, our attorneys are experienced in product liability
cases. In fact, we have been recognized by "Best Law Firms"
as one of the top firms in our area for Product Liability Litigation -
Plaintiffs. We are familiar with the unique considerations that can apply
in these cases, and our injury attorneys know how to get results.
Consider the following ways that our
personal injury law firm is set apart:
- We have 100+ years of combined experience.
- We have tried hundreds of actual cases.
- Our team includes certified civil trial specialists.
- We give personal attention to each and every case.
The Experience to Handle Your Product Liability Case
Our lawyers have the experience to handle many different types of product
liability cases, including:
- Injuries caused by manufacturing errors and/or design errors
- Injuries caused by dangerous toys—especially those that injure children
Motor vehicle accidents caused by negligent design,
brake failure, or defective tires
- Drug injuries—such as those caused by a defective fentanyl patch
or those involving drug recalls
Design Error & Product Liability
When designing products, engineers must take into account how those products
might be used by the public. Rough spots must be softened, sharp corners
rounded, and exposed fasteners concealed. If these flaws are not caught
at the design stage, it is not uncommon for the product to make it all
the way through manufacturing and end up on a store's shelves. These
design defects might cause individuals or their children serious harm.
Manufacturing Defects in Dangerous Products
Once a product is designed, it must be manufactured before it is made available
to the public. The common understanding is this: the more complex the
product, the more complex the manufacturing process. The more steps, or
stages, involved, the more errors can be introduced. Products can suffer
from exposed screws, exposed nails, rough edges or sharp pieces. Individuals
or children can be hurt by a poorly designed product.
Call (615) 933-2893 to Request a Detailed Consultation
At Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, we are committed to helping the victims
of dangerous or defective products fight for fair compensation. If you
or someone you love was injured in this manner, we encourage you to get
in touch with us as soon as possible. We offer free consultations where
you can discuss your legal options.
If you've been harmed by an unsafe product, you have the right to seek
fair compensation for your injuries. We can meet with you in a confidential
consultation and tell you plainly about your legal options. To set up
a detailed discussion of your dangerous product case with a personal injury
lawyer, contact our offices today.
Call us to schedule a free initial consultation. We serve clients throughout Tennessee.