Experienced Product Liability Lawyers Serving Ohio
Countless products injure thousands of people each year. If you or a family member has been harmed by a dangerous or defective product, you have the right to claim compensation for your financial losses and suffering. To assert a product liability claim, you should seek legal advice as soon as possible.
For decades, Clark, Perdue & List, has offered strong advocacy and legal counsel to people who have been harmed by poorly designed and manufactured products, including:
- Asbestos related conditions, including mesothelioma
- Dangerous drugs
- Unsafe medical devices
- Ovarian cancer resulting from talcum powder
- Dangerous toys
- Wrongful death caused by defective products
- Wrongful death caused by dangerous prescription medicine
- Wrongful death caused by defective medical devices
- Other types of dangerous and defective products
We have the technical resources, financial strength and advocacy skills needed to hold manufacturers accountable in such cases. Put our law firm’s experience to work for you.
Securing Damages For Product Liability Victims
Consumers injured by defective products may be entitled to recover damages for hospital and medical costs, past and future lost earnings, emotional distress, loss of enjoyment of life, and other economic and non-economic losses. When you choose our law firm, we will seek the best possible result for you.
Complex Product Liability Claims
Product liability is a particularly challenging area of the law. These cases require imagination, perseverance and substantial resources. Securing the assistance and testimony of qualified experts can be one of the most difficult and expensive tasks in a product defect case. To establish liability, our lawyers work with qualified experts in appropriate disciplines, such as design engineers, ergonomists, metallurgists, plastics specialists and other professionals. We have the skills and legal resources to protect your best interests at every stage of the legal process.
We Will Be Your Strong Advocate
The product liability attorneys at our firm are tireless advocates for innocent victims of defective products. We passionately believe that when manufacturers violate their duty to provide safe products to consumers, the victims must be fairly compensated. Clark, Perdue & List will work tenaciously to obtain full compensation for you.
Contact Our Columbus Product Liability Attorneys
For a free consultation about a product liability case in Ohio, contact Clark, Perdue & List.
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