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New Jersey Defective Product Lawyer 

New Jersey Defective Product Lawyer

Aggressive Product Liability Attorney in Camden County, NJ Defending the Rights of Those Injured by Defective Products in Voorhees as well as Burlington County, Gloucester County, and Throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania 

Manufacturers have a legal obligation to provide consumers with products that are safe for the purpose they were intended for.  If you have been injured as a result of a defective product, you can seek compensation for your injuries with the help of an experienced New Jersey defective product lawyer from Garber Law, P.C.. 

The team at Garber Law, P.C. is experienced in representing victims of accidents involving defective products. We won’t be intimidated by large corporations and their armies of lawyers. We will fight on your behalf to ensure that justice is served. We will hold those responsible for your injuries to account and recover the financial compensation you deserve. 

Contact us to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with an experienced and skilled product liability attorney in Camden County, NJ. Take that first important step to securing compensation and ensuring that justice is served. 

Types of Defective Product Liability Cases 

Product manufacturers can be held liable for the following types of defects: 

Design defects 

These are defects that are present in the design of the product. The defect did not occur during the manufacturing process but during the design process. Thus the manufacturing process was not faulty. Design defects can occur as a result of mistakes made during the design process or even when companies make an effort to cut down their expenses by creating a more efficient design that, however, proves to be flawed. 

Manufacturing defects 

These are defects that occur during the manufacturing process. The product features a safe design. However, due to an error that occurred during its manufacture, it becomes unsafe for its intended purpose. The product would therefore have been safe for use if it had been manufactured in a different way. These are the most common types of defective product claims. 

Garber Law, P.C. Handles Accident and Injury Cases Throughout the Country. From Our Offices in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, We Handle Legal Claims From Philadelphia to the Delaware Valley and Beyond. If We Can’t Handle Your Case For Any Reason, We Have Relationships With Firms All Over The Country That Can. Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation At 856-219-4628.

Failure to warn defects 

Product manufacturers have a legal duty to warn consumers of their products about any potential risks involved in using the product. They must provide clear instructions about how the product ought to be used safely. A manufacturer can be held liable for injuries suffered by consumers even if the product design and construction made it safe for its intended use if they failed to provide adequate warnings. 

In order to prove liability in a defective product claim, you must prove that: 

  • You were injured 
  • The injuries were a result of the product that you were using 
  • You were using the product as intended and for its intended application 
  • The product did not perform as it was reasonably expected 
  • The defect in the product caused your injury 
  • The manufacturer was aware of the defect but failed to take the necessary steps to correct the problem 

The team at Garber Law, P.C. will build a strong claim on your behalf and fight to recover full compensation for your injuries. Contact us now to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation. 

Contact Garber Law, P.C. to Schedule Free Consultation with an Experienced New Jersey Defective Product Lawyer 

If you have sustained injuries as a result of using a defective product, you may be able to recover compensation for your damages. Contact Garber Law, P.C. to consult with an experienced product liability attorney in Camden County, NJ. We provide injured persons in New Jersey with a free initial consultation. Our lawyers will evaluate your case for free and explain your options. We will provide you with an effective strategy for pursuing compensation. 

Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us when you have suffered an injury from a defective product. We work on a contingency fee basis. Our services are completely risk-free for the injured. You can access high-quality legal services without worrying about the cost. 

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation. From our office in Voorhees, we handle cases across New Jersey, including Camden CountyGloucester County, and Burlington County. We also handle cases in Pennsylvania from our office in Philadelphia, including Bucks County, Montgomery County, Delaware County, and Chester County.

Frequently Asked Questions about Defective Products in New Jersey

How long do I have to file a suit for injuries suffered as a result of using a defective product?

The time limit for filing a defective product liability claim is 2 years. This is from the date of the injury or discovery of the injury. If you fail to file your lawsuit within this period, you may never be able to pursue financial compensation for your damages. There are exceptions to the statute of limitations. For example, if the injury occurred while you were a minor, the statute of limitations will begin on your 18th birthday. You will have 2 years from the day you turn 18 to pursue compensation for your injuries. 

If you have been injured as a result of using a defective product, you should contact Garber Law, P.C. as soon as possible and schedule a free consultation with an experienced product liability attorney in Camden County, NJ. We will review your case and get started on building a strong claim on your behalf. We will help you identify the liable party and hold them responsible for their negligence. We will ensure that you aren’t locked out by any deadlines. 

What should I bring to my consultation with the product liability attorney to show that I was injured by a defective product?

One of the most important pieces of evidence is the product itself. If you still have it, you should keep it and bring it to your consultation with our attorneys. You should also bring any purchase information, such as the delivery slip or your receipt. Your medical report and receipts related to the expenses you have incurred as a result of your injuries should also be preserved and presented to your attorney. You should also take photos or record a video of the product, your injuries, and your surroundings.

If you’re confused about what to bring to the consultation, get in touch with our law firm. We will provide you with more details on anything that would be relevant for building a strong claim. Our team will also investigate your claim further and work with both health and industry experts to establish negligence.

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