Understanding Your Rights In A Product Liability Case

You likely have heard of many product recall stories in the media. While recalls relate to product defects, a recall is not always necessary to hold designers, manufacturers or sellers of a defective product accountable for defects that cause harm. Often, an investigation into what caused a personal injury first uncovers the evidence that a product is dangerous. At Fabiano Law Offices, we strive to hold businesses accountable for manufacturing dangerous goods. Proving a products liability case is complex in Illinois. However, our attorneys have extensive experience in investigating problems that arise from faulty merchandise. On behalf of a client, our firm received the Ogle County’s largest documented settlement for a claim filed against Gander Mountain.

We thoroughly investigate the facts surrounding injuries and work with design specialists and other experts to develop the evidence needed to build a strong case. If you have been injured using a defective product, it is vital for you to contact Fabiano Law Offices as soon as possible so evidence is not lost.

Focused Knowledge And Experience To Achieve Results

Our attorneys and legal team have the resources and ability to handle all types of cases, including:

  • Defective designs in automobiles
  • Shoddy manufacturing of hunting gear
  • Automobile component defects, including faulty airbags, tires or circuits that lead to motor vehicle accidents
  • Defective toys that pose choking hazards
  • Unsafe power tools, appliances, and household goods
  • Dangerous prescription medications and medical devices

You may be entitled to a wide variety of damages depending upon your individual circumstances, including compensation for past and future medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and more.

Contact Our Skilled Product Liability Attorneys

When defects lead to serious personal injury, our lawyers at Fabiano Law Offices take products liability cases seriously. For unrelenting advocacy to maximize your compensation, call our Rockford office at 815-315-4277 or send us an email.

We offer free consultations, and there is no fee unless we recover compensation on your behalf.