If you have been the victim of a defective product, our attorneys can guide you through your legal proceedings to ensure you receive just compensation for your injuries. Product liability laws differ in each state, and they define who can be held accountable for a defective product and by what standard. For nearly 10 years, Elizabeth Quick and Matthew Quick have pursued product liability lawsuits in Kirkland, WA, and understand the intricate details of Washington state laws. After reviewing your case, we can determine the best course of legal action and hold the manufacturer, seller, or wholesaler accountable. Contact our firm to schedule your free consultation with a product liability lawyer today.
Injury Resulting from Unsafe Products
Thousands of injuries occur every year in the U.S. as a result of defective or dangerous products. When products are not designed or manufactured safely, or marketing is improper or insufficient, the manufacturer or seller can be held legally responsible. If you were injured or suffered losses while using a product as intended, you may have a product liability case and be entitled to reparations.
At Quick Law Group, PLLC, we work with a network of professionals who can provide expert testimony to strengthen your claim, including doctors, psychiatrists, and product experts.
Product Liability Categories
Product liability extends to a broad number of defective products, including but not limited to pharmaceuticals, seat belts, construction equipment, and cosmetic surgical implants. Claims will usually be placed into one of three categories:
- Defective design
- Defective manufacture
- Failure to provide adequate warnings or instructions
As product liability law can be complex, hiring a knowledgeable lawyer who understands the local laws can help you establish legal fault, as well as prove negligence or intentional conduct. The type of claim we file and the party held responsible will ultimately depend upon the type of defect. The plaintiff can either be found negligent or subject to strict liability, meaning the defendant does not actually have to prove negligence but only that the product was defective and resulted in injury.
Filing A Product Liability Claim
If you feel you have been the victim of product liability, you should:
- Save the product and packaging
- Identify the make, model, and serial number of the product
- Save any medical records from treatment received as a result of the product defect
- Consult a product liability attorney who can educate you as to your rights
Our team at Quick Law Group, PLLC, can conduct a thorough investigation of your case by collecting evidence, interviewing all parties involved, and consulting with experts. We are committed to helping you secure reparations for:
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Diminished earning capacity
We also work with a network of professionals who can provide expert testimony to strengthen your claim, including doctors and psychiatrists.
Schedule Your Free Consultation
If you or a loved one has been the victim of a defective product, our product liability attorneys can provide legal advice and help to build a strong case. We work on a contingency basis, which means we will not collect legal fees until we have successfully secured compensation on your behalf. At our practice, we can ensure you receive personalized care throughout all legal proceedings. Contact us online or call our office at (425) 576-8150 to schedule your free consultation today.