Michigan Products Liability Lawyer Represents People Injured by Defective Products
Skilled attorney handles cases for clients in the South Haven area
People have the right to assume that the products they purchase and use are reasonably safe. When that assumption proves to be false, however, and you are injured by a defective or dangerous product, you may have a right to hold the manufacturer, designer or seller liable. At John Frost Law, I represent clients in the South Haven area and throughout Michigan who’ve been injured by a range of products, from defective medical devices to faulty household appliances. I will seek the compensation you deserve for medical costs, lost wages, property damage and other losses.
Knowledgeable adviser proves your defective product claim
To prove your defective product claim, I must be able to establish that:
- You suffered an injury or loss.
- The product that injured you is defective.
- That defect caused your injury.
- You were using the product as it was intended to be used.
As an experienced products liability lawyer, I know that product defects can occur at any part of the chain of manufacture:
- Design — The product defect originated in its design.
- Manufacture — The defect took place during the manufacturing process.
- Labeling — The product failed to carry adequate labeling for safe use or warnings of potential dangers.
Whether you’ve been injured by a defective medical device, automotive part, household cleaning product, industrial machinery and equipment, or contaminated food, I will work to hold the responsible party accountable for the harm you’ve suffered. I have the resources and skills to challenge even the largest companies when their products injure my clients. With assistance from qualified medical and engineering professionals, I can thoroughly investigate each case to develop the most effective strategies.
Proven advocate offers prompt counsel
It’s important to consult an attorney as soon as possible after you have been injured by a product. By immediately investigating your claim and preserving crucial evidence while it is still fresh, your attorney has an advantage when it comes to proving your case. It’s also important to file within the statute of limitations: under Michigan law, you must bring your claim within a set period of time after the injury was or should have been discovered, or you will lose your right to sue. I will get to work immediately to provide the skilled representation you deserve.