Did a Defective Product Cause a Wrongful Death?

Dangerous Products · Product Liability · Wrongful Death
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If your loved one died from a defective product call the Janadia & Janadia Law Firm for a free consultation (586) 776-0810Manufacturers and retailers who sell defective products should be held accountable when those products cause wrongful death. Consumers and businesses purchase products in good faith, believing the products are safe. Unfortunately, many products contain manufacturing defects or design defects that can lead to severe injuries when used in a reasonably foreseeable manner.

It may not only be the manufacturer that is liable for the death of your loved one. During our investigation of your case, we will look at all possible avenues of recovery from distributors to retailers to anyone else who may have contributed to the harm caused. If you feel that a dangerous product caused the death of a loved one, talk to a wrongful death lawyer.

Janadia & Janadia Law Firm handles cases statewide with other qualified local counsel. We have investigated and litigated cases in which the manufacturer simply put profits ahead of safety. When we hear of dangerous products that have killed innocent people, we are prepared to put our energy and resources into helping the families of wrongful death victims. It is imperative that an investigation into the causes of the accident begin as soon as possible. Defective product cases are extremely complex and often require the input of experts across a wide array of professions. The Janadias are prepared to work with product safety engineers, medical professionals and various industry specialists to fully understand your case.

Cars should be designed for safety, but when our car accident investigation shows evidence of defective auto parts (failed seat belts, defective air bags, dangerous tires) or an uncrashworthy auto design, our attorneys seek to hold manufacturers accountable.

Commercial and private airplanes and helicopters and all their component parts should be reasonably safe before the aircraft is sold and placed into use. When people in the aircraft and on the ground are killed in a crash, our investigation will seek all liable parties.

When unsafe industrial equipment — presses, saws, farm equipment, construction equipment — is responsible for wrongful death accidents, our product liability lawyers will work with experts to investigate what happened and why.

Pharmaceutical companies often take a drug to market with the full knowledge that there are questions about safety — or without enough tests to assure safety. If a loved one died from a defective prescription drug, talk to a product liability attorney at Janadia & Janadia Law Firm.

Salmonella poisoning and other tainted food problems are typically caused by manufacturers that do not adhere to well-established safety standards required by law. If a loved one died because of an unsafe food product, contact our law firm.

Manufacturers know the rules: You cannot sell defective products. When a defective product causes wrongful death, the manufacturer, the retailer and other culpable parties can be sued for the damages they caused.

If a loved one died because of a defective drug, auto part, food product, industrial equipment or any other unsafe product, contact an attorney at Janadia & Janadia Law Firm for a free consultation.

Call today. There is a statute of limitations on wrongful death claims. (586) 776-0810

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Eastpointe, Michigan Law Firm, Janadia & Janadia handles all types of misdemeanor and felony criminal defense cases as well as, family law, injury, Workers Compensation, immigration and Socilal Security Disability. Janadia & Janadia Law Firm practices throughout Michigan and in the Tri-County Metro Detroit area including Detroit, Southfield, Novi, Warren, Royal Oak, Roseville, Livonia, Mount Clemens, Sterling Heights, Farmington Hills, Birmingham, Berkley, Oak Park, West Bloomfield, Ann Arbor, Eastpointe, Waterford, Flint, Canton, Taylor, Romulus, Westland, Clinton Township, Troy, Dearborn, Brighton, Howell, Pontiac, Rochester Hills, as well as Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, Ingham County, and Livingston County, Michigan.

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Janadia & Janadia Law Firm
14630 E. 9 Mile Rd.
Eastpointe, MI 48021

Ph: (586) 776-0810