Serious Legal Help for People Injured by Defective Products
Raleigh, North Carolina Defective Products Lawyer

defective.pngManufacturers and retailers are responsible for the safety of the products they manufacture and sell to the public. It's that simple. And yet it's a duty that is too often neglected until tragedy strikes and someone is injured or killed.

The personal injury attorneys at Wilson Williams Law, PLLC, work tirelessly to help injured people and grieving families hold companies accountable for injuries and deaths caused by dangerous, defective products.

If you have suffered a serious injury, if a loved one has died because of a defective product or deceptive labeling, don't let the company get away with it. Contact our Raleigh, North Carolina law office.

The Challenge of Proving a Product was Defective
At Wilson Williams Law, PLLC, we hold companies responsible for injuries caused by defective products. In order to do so, our lawyers must prove that:

The product was badly designed, defective, or did not include proper warnings or instructions (failure to warn of dangers). Use of the product was the direct cause of harm to the injured user or caused the death of the consumer. It is essential to have a replica of the product that caused the injury (if not the exact product). Engineering and design experts are often needed to determine if there were dangerous defects and how they occurred. They can also say if a warning should have been provided.

Defective Product claims
We can help with your claim against a company for any type of defective product, including many everyday household items:
  • Children's toys and equipment;
  • Daycare equipment;
  • Baby monitors;
  • Ladders;
  • Hair dryers;
  • Exercise equipment;
  • Toasters; and
  • Contaminated food products
Our product liability attorneys are up to the challenge of proving your case.  To see if you have a personal injury case, talk with a North Carolina products liability lawyer. Contact us.

To learn about specific defective products that have been recalled, visit the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).