Product Liability

Dallas Defective Product Attorney

Roof crush cases


Seatback failures


Tire defects


Vehicle rollovers


Automotive restraint failures


Airbag injuries


Infant and child automobile safety seats


Unsafe baby furniture and toys


Playground injuries

Each day of a person’s life, they come in contact with a product of some type. Infants are surrounded by cribs, play pens, car seats, toys, medications, formulas, and other products which are specially made to suit their unique needs. Older children come in contact with playground equipment, bicycles, electronic games, medications, and products that are specifically marketed to adolescents. Adults come in contact with cars, boats, appliances, machinery at work, medications, and products that become a part of their daily lives.

Many products are safely designed and pose no special risk to the person using them. However, a significant number of products that are improperly designed, constructed, or fail to warn about hidden dangers cause severe injuries or death. Problems with dangerous products are so prevalent that the Federal Government created the Consumer Product Safety Commission to reduce the risk of injuries and deaths caused by consumer products.


Product liability claims and lawsuits against manufacturers and retailers are difficult to pursue. Such companies generally have large legal staffs and major insurance companies defending their interests. To be successful in product liability lawsuits, experts in engineering or other specialized areas must be retained to testify about the defects in the design or construction of the product. Accordingly, when someone is injured by a product, it is important that they start pursuing their claim as soon as possible. Our firm handles product liability cases involving:

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If you would like to discuss a potential product liability claim with a defective product lawyer in Dallas, Texas please contact us. If we agree to handle your case, we will normally work on a contingent fee basis, which means we get paid for our services only if there is a monetary recovery. In almost all cases, a lawsuit must be filed within a certain amount of time from the date of the accident. If you intend to pursue a claim, you should contact an attorney right away to ensure that you do not waive your right to possible compensation.

Agriculture equipment defects



Personal watercraft defects



Boat accidents



Construction site injuries

Electrical injuries



Gas pipeline explosions



General aviation, aircraft/helicopters, and commercial airline crashes



Industrial equipment defects



Industrial plant injuries