Across the state of Texas, scores of people are injured every day using defective or dangerous consumer products. If you’re injured while using or by using a defective consumer item – whether it’s a contaminated food item that makes you ill, an automotive part that causes a collision, or even something like a defective lawn mower – speak immediately to an experienced Dallas product liability attorney at the Weaver Injury Law Firm. To win a product liability lawsuit, you must prove that you were using the product as it was meant to be used. If you are injured by a defective consumer product in Texas, and you can prove it, you’re entitled by law to compensation for your medical care, lost wages, and other expenses related to your injury. You’ll need an attorney’s help. Call the Weaver Injury Law Firm promptly.
Consult With Us First
Many product-related injuries can be severe, long-term, and even permanent. Injuries related to power tools, autos and auto parts, electrical items, and pharmaceutical drugs can cause brain, spinal cord, and nerve injuries, burn injuries, and all kinds of long-term, catastrophic physical damage. If you are injured while using any consumer item, seek medical treatment at once. Then consult an experienced Dallas product liability attorney at the Weaver Injury Law Firm. Do not speak with an insurance company first – they’ll want you to settle for less than your case is worth. As a client of the Weaver Injury Law Firm, you’ll have an experienced product liability lawyer advocating aggressively on your behalf.
Helping You Move Forward
The Weaver Injury Law Firm is dedicated to helping their clients move forward constructively with their lives after a serious injury. Every detail of your case will be examined and every witness interrogated in the effort to win compensation and justice on your behalf. After any product-related injury in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, speak at once to an experienced product liability lawyer at the Weaver Injury Law Firm. Call 214-238-9000. The help you need is here now.