South Carolina Defective Product Lawsuits
When you consider the number of products that each of us uses every single day — at home, at work, on the road, and everywhere else — it is easy to say that for the most part, manufacturers do a good job of making products that are safe for their intended uses. But what happens when they do not? What happens when the manufacturer of a defective product places profits before the safety of people? What happens when the injured person is you?
Our lawyers hold the manufacturers of unsafe products accountable for the harm they cause. If you or someone you love has been injured by a defective product in South Carolina, contact the Rosen Law Firm today.
At the Rosen Law Firm, we have been representing the citizens of South Carolina in defective product cases for years and are not afraid to take on corporate and insurance company giants in the courtroom if they refuse to be reasonable and fair.
- Dangerous household consumer goods
- Faulty appliances
- Unsafe toys and children's furniture
- Defective cars, motorcycles, and trucks
- Defective automobile components (tires, seatbelts, airbags, etc.)
- Boat defects
Products can be defective in three primary ways. There can be a design defect that creates the risk of serious injury regardless of how the product is ultimately manufactured. There can be flaws or inadequacies in the information, instructions, or warnings that the manufacturer provides. And, there can be a flaw in the product itself that may have been caused during the manufacturing process or in transit.
Whatever the cause, product manufacturers and insurance companies will often attempt to throw money at the problem and overwhelm the resources of the plaintiff's attorneys. Rest assured that this tactic will not work against us. Our attorneys have more than 60 years of combined courtroom experience and have helped numerous people obtained large personal injury verdicts and settlements in South Carolina.
Contacting Our Tri-County Area Law Office
For further information about product liability law, bad product design, or inadequate warning labels, call us in Charleston, South Carolina, at 1-843-377-1700 or contact us via e-mail to arrange a free consultation. We are available for evening and off-site appointments and handle all defective product cases on contingent fee basis. You pay no attorneys' fees unless we obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf.