Looking Out for the Little Guy in Defective Products Litigation

The top five defective-product verdicts rose 52 percent in 2009 to $620 million as juror attitudes on companies soured amid the recession and rising unemployment, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Right now there is strong public sympathy for the little guy. For instance, five of the 50 biggest verdicts involved claims of defective products–compared to just one defective product verdict in 2008.

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It’s clear that federal regulatory efforts struggle to provide the level of protection and safety that is needed in a global marketplace. As U.S. District Court begins to hear more than 100 federal lawsuits filed against Toyota and new federal legislation is considered that would hold foreign manufacturers accountable for selling defective and dangerous products like Chinese drywall, you may wonder whose looking out for the little guy. We’re pleased to say that Seeger Weiss is.

Seeger Weiss Fights for Victims

From candles that contain decorative coffee beans, which can cause severe fires; baby cribs that can cause strangulation to automatic infusion pumps that can deliver toxic dose of drugs, millions of consumers cope with the tragic consequences of defective products.

Seeger Weiss makes it a priority to fight for victims—who unfortunately many times become the underdog in defective product litigation. If you or a loved one has been injured based on the following areas, please fill out form for FREE case evaluation today.

  • Manufacturing product defects
  • Inadequate safety warnings
  • Poor product instructions
  • Inadequate testing
  • Incorrect marketing
  • Unsafe components
  • Defective children's products

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