South Jersey Defective Product Lawyers
Advocating for Your Rights
Personal injury law allows anyone to be held accountable for the harm they
negligently cause to others. Even massive corporations and manufacturing
companies can be targeted by a lawsuit if their defective product ends
up hurting a consumer. However, manufacturers are often backed by powerful
legal defense teams who do nothing but try to defeat the complaints and
lawsuits brought forth by consumers like you.
To make certain your voice is heard, and your case has a chance against
a product manufacturer, you can come to Stolfe Zeigler and our Moorestown
defective product attorneys. We use our extensive legal knowledge to empower
our clients and give them hope for a better, financially stable tomorrow
after suffering a serious injury.
Talk to our team about your defective product case today. Call (732) 585-1651.
Injuries Caused by Defective Products
The injuries you suffer from a defective product will be dependent on the
specifics of the product’s defects. No matter how you were hurt,
our lawyers are ready to help you make sense of your claim and progress it.
A few examples of injuries you can sustain from a defective product are:
Lacerations: The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is charged
with issuing recalls for dangerously defective products. Many such products
are recalled due to laceration hazards, such as unreasonably sharp or
pointy edges. Millions of Takata Corp. airbags were recalled in the largest
auto part recall in history due to the airbags blowing up into shrapnel,
causing a multitude of laceration injuries and dozens of fatalities.
Electrocution: Defective electronics and appliances – or any other product that
plugs into the wall or uses a battery – can pose a serious electrocution
hazard when defective.
Burns: Fire hazards and overheating dangers are common among defective products
as well. Recently, hoverboards were recalled en masse after their batteries
kept igniting randomly. Numerous injuries were reported, as well as destructive
What Is a Product Defect?
Proving that the product that caused you harm was defective will be the
foundation of your product defect claim or lawsuit.
There are 2 main ways a product can become defective:
By design: A product that is defective by design will never be safe for consumer use
because it has problems with its very design. In an obvious example, an
oven mitt designed to be made from a heat-conductive metal is defective
By make: A product that is defective by make becomes unsafe during the manufacturing
process due to a mistake along the way. For example, if a car comes off
the assembly line without a passenger seatbelt due to an automation error,
then it is defective by make.
Begin Your Defective Product Claim Today – Call (732) 585-1651
It can be intimidating to plan to file a personal injury claim against
a product manufacturer. Don’t go through it alone. Remove your stress
and uncertainty by teaming up with our Moorestown defective product lawyers.
We are here to listen to your story and seek justice on your behalf!