When you purchase a product, you expect it to be safe when used as intended. Whether the product is a vehicle, a food item or a toy, the manufacturer has a responsibility to the consumer to provide a product that is free from defects and safe to use. When an injury or illness occurs, what recourse does a consumer have?
At Caroselli, Beachler, McTiernan & Coleman, we represent clients who have been injured -- or the families of those who have died -- because of a defective product. The types of injuries or illnesses suffered can vary significantly from a small laceration on a sharp edge to E. coli from contaminated food.