Product Liability Attorneys in Asheville
Holding Manufacturers & Vendors Responsible in Product Liability Claims
It is likely that you directly use or come into contact with thousands of products every day. Yet, you probably rarely associate dangers with these inanimate objects. Product liability is based on the concept that consumers should feel confident that the products they use are safe. In fact, there is an implied warranty of safety built into the American legal system. The corporations that designed, manufactured, and marketed a product are liable to you for defects that cause injuries.
Hensley Cloninger & Greer concentrates our practice exclusively on personal injury litigation. We explain how product liability actions differ in many ways from other types of injury claims, and we strategize an effective approach to address your particular circumstances. Based on over 30 years of experience, our team pursues the maximum compensation possible through settlement negotiations or trial — whichever path we believe can bring you the best results.
When Defective Products Cause Serious Injuries
You can face serious injury from seemingly innocuous products that are defectively designed, made, or labeled, such as:
- Over-the-counter and prescription medications
- Cleaning supplies
- Fans and space heaters
- Household appliances
- Toys and children’s clothing
- Swimming pools, playground equipment, and trampolines
- Lawn care equipment and lawnmowers
- Automobiles and auto parts
- Child restraint systems
Hope for an Injured Child
An alarming number of dangerous products are specifically targeted to children. First, know that it is not your fault if a corporation breached its duty to consumers and your child was injured as a result — next, take action. Our lawyers advocate for your child’s rightful financial compensation. Our objectives are to give your child every opportunity to recover after an injury and keep this tragedy from happening to another family.
Medical Products & Drugs
Our lawyers handle challenging medical malpractice claims for injured patients throughout the region. In addition to reviewing whether a health care provider made a medical mistake, we investigate whether a surgical tool, medical device, or defective drug caused or exacerbated your injury or illness. We advise you to sue the medical device or pharmaceutical manufacturer if we believe they are also at fault.
To learn more about your rights under North Carolina’s product liability statutes, call Hensley Cloninger & Greer at (828) 383-8414 or contact us online. Our lawyers analyze your case during your free initial consultation. We handle your claim on contingency, which means you do not pay attorneys’ fees to us until we recover compensation for you.