Dangerous And Defective Products Jeopardize Your Safety

When you purchase a product, you should be able to assume that it is safe to use. Many products, unfortunately, are not safely designed or manufactured. Negligence on behalf of manufacturing companies can lead to serious injury or death.

If a product is defective or dangerous, the manufacturer, seller or installer could be liable for the damages it caused you. D'Alessandro & Wright, LLC, will fiercely seek compensation for your painful experience. You deserve justice for the major injuries inflicted through negligence.

What Could Make A Product Hazardous?

Negligent parties could include manufacturers, retailers, marketers or distributors. We will work to pinpoint the cause of the defect to explain exactly how the company is responsible for your injury.

Product defects can occur for several reasons that are not the consumer's fault, including:

  • Unsafe product design, including ingredients
  • Defects from poor manufacturing
  • Inadequate instructions for proper use
  • Lack of vital warnings

For a successful case, we must establish that the product is defective or failed to include a warning on the label. We must also prove that the defect resulted in injury. Relying on expert testimony and the facts of your case, our lawyers will fight for your claim.

Common Faulty Or Dangerous Products

Our attorneys have extensive experience with defective product litigation. With thorough investigation, we can claim that the product was a threat to your safety. Our firm is dedicated to protecting the rights of Rhode Island families that have suffered serious injury or loss of life due to a company's carelessness.

Our firm has helped clients with a wide variety of defective products, including:

  • Heavy equipment
  • Industrial machinery
  • Toys containing lead, mercury or small parts
  • Power tools
  • Products that pose burn hazards
  • Unsafe medication, including prescriptions that lead to birth complications or defects
  • Motor vehicles
  • Ladders and scaffolding
  • Products that pose hazards for electrocution, such as home appliances
  • Sports equipment

Review Your Case With A Strong Advocate

Our firm will fight for your rights and help seek compensation for medical bills, restitution, loss of income or wages and punitive damages in cases of wrongful death. For a consultation, complete our contact form or call 401-308-3596 to reach our offices in Providence and Warwick. Our focused knowledge in personal injury law can increase your opportunity for a successful claim.