Manufacturers of household products bear a responsibility to make their products safe for use. When dangerous and defective household products are introduced to the marketplace, the results can be tragic.
At the law firm of Bashein & Bashein in Cleveland, our attorneys stand up for the rights of people who have been injured by dangerous household products. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling individual and class-action product liability suits for clients throughout Ohio and nationwide.
If you or a loved one has been hurt, we encourage you to contact us today for a free consultation with a dedicated Cleveland dangerous household product lawyer.
Product Liability And Household Products
Many people throughout Ohio and across the nation do not realize how many common household items can be potentially hazardous. Depending on the nature of the product, the defects can result in burn injuries, chemical exposure, broken bones, cuts and other serious injuries. Common products that can cause serious injury and even wrongful death include:
- Electric heaters
- Electrical products
- Children’s toys
- Auto products
- Power tools
- Propane tanks
Product manufacturers must not only ensure that these products are safe for consumer use, but also make sure they are properly labeled to warn consumers of potential hazards. When they fail to do so and innocent consumers are injured as a result, injury victims may pursue compensation for their losses.
Put Experience On Your Side
Our firm has the experience and resources to handle complex product liability suits. When appropriate, we consult with leading experts in engineering, product design and other fields who help us prepare and present effective cases for our clients.
When choosing a products liability attorney to pursue compensation for your injury, experience is key. Our attorneys have won a variety of landmark cases and been successful in a wide range of courts, including the Ohio Supreme Court. We are prepared to help you obtain the justice and compensation you deserve.