If you or someone you love has been injured by a malfunctioning device, it may be in your best interest to discuss your situation with a reputable malfunctioning device law firm Maryland residents can rely on. If someone is injured because of a faulty or malfunctioning product, the victim may be entitled to compensation for their injury and the negative fiscal impact the injury has on their life. A victim of an injury from a faulty or malfunctioning device can make a personal injury claim against the companies (or company) that designed, manufactured, distributed and/or sold the product that caused their injury. Product liability laws differ from state to state. If you need to know what the laws in your state are, a good place to start finding out about them is by talking to a law firm that has lawyers who are licensed to practice in the jurisdiction you were injured in.
If you have been injured by a malfunctioning product or device in Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia or the surrounding areas, contact Cohen & Cohen, P.C. Our team of dedicated personal injury lawyers and staff believe in working hard to protect the rights of injured clients and their families by shouldering the legal aspects of their ordeal. While we know that we cannot take away a client’s injury, we can help them to seek monetary compensation to help them deal with their injury and the various costs their injury, including projected future costs, will incur over their lifetime. To discuss your situation with a highly rated malfunctioning device law firm Maryland is fortunate to have in its midst, Cohen & Cohen, P.C.’s legal team is available to give you a free case consultation and case evaluation. We are available to take your call any time of the day or night.
A general definition of a device is, a thing made or adapted for a particular purpose. Ever since electrical devices became a part of the average American’s daily life, many people tend to think of a device as being electrical. While many devices are in fact run by electricity, others are run by other kinds of fuel. And still many more devices are considered to be devices because they are mechanical in their operations even though their mechanisms are either people powered or powered by sources whose energy is captured, such as (for example) a generator that is powered by wind or water. Some examples of devices that that have caused or can cause injuries to people who use them per the manufacturer’s instructions and heed their hazard warnings:
– Cell phones
– ATV and other recreational vehicles
– Computers and tablets
– Smart phones
– Knee braces
– Hair dryers
– Household appliance
– Windows and doors
– Car jacks
– Medical implants (including IUDs)
– Airplanes, trains and buses
– Metro turnstiles
The above list is not in the least bit exhaustive nor is it intended to be legal advice in any way. To help you to determine if your injury that is the result of you using a faulty or malfunctioning device is one that you may be entitled to compensation for, contact a reputable personal injury law firm that has experience in successfully defending the rights of product injury victims. For a malfunctioning device law firm Maryland personal injury victims and their families can count on, contact Cohen & Cohen, P.C., today.