Defective Products

When Profit Motives Outweigh Safety Concerns

Products with design defects or manufacturing flaws, those not adequately tested, and those without adequate safety instructions or warnings are responsible for thousands of serious injuries and deaths in the United States each year.

Sadly, what many such cases usually reveal is that at some point in the design, manufacturing or distribution process, a decision was made to cut corners or ignore potential safety issues purely for the sake of more profit.

At the same time, product manufacturers and insurance companies spend a significant amount of time and money each year trying to change the laws and make it more difficult for victims to recover fair compensation.

At Jeffrey M. Goldberg Law Offices, we put our experience and resources to better use and work to keep the scales of justice correctly balanced. Our attorneys have extensive experience litigating defective product cases and routinely work with professional engineers, accident reconstructionists and biomechanical experts to make certain our clients benefit to the fullest extent of the law.

Defective products come in all shapes and sizes, and may be found anywhere — in the home, at work, on roadways and in the air. Examples include:

  • Medical devices
  • Pharmaceutical drugs
  • Ladders
  • Industrial machines
  • Motor vehicles and their components
  • Airplanes
  • Power tools
  • Home appliances

IMPORTANT: Please be sure to preserve the product in the same condition it was in when the accident occurred, or contact our lawyers for immediate assistance with this critical step. Your ability to prove a product or workplace injury claim and obtain compensation may depend on it.

Our firm won a verdict of $11 million for a man who was severely injured when a faulty tire on the truck he was driving exploded and caused him to hit a concrete wall.

Balance the Scales of Justice —
Contact Jeffrey M. Goldberg Law Offices

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured by a dangerous or defective product, call us at 888-396-3914 from anywhere in the United States, or contact us online for a free consultation.

We can consult over the phone; meet with you at our offices in Chicago, Illinois, or Milwaukee, Wisconsin, or travel to meet with you at a more convenient time and location as well.

No recovery, no fee.