We Have A History Of Holding Manufacturers Accountable
If you or one of your loved ones has suffered because of a dangerous product, it is important to talk to an experienced lawyer about your options. At Morris & Dean in Dalton, our lawyers have spent decades helping people in Georgia stand up for their rights and get the compensation they need for their injuries.
Manufacturers of consumer products, industrial machinery and commercial equipment are required by law to ensure their products are safe for use. When they fail to do so and people suffer serious injuries or even death, we hold these companies accountable and we fight for financial compensation for victims.
What Is Product Liability?
When a person uses a product in a reasonable manner, and this results in injury, the manufacturer, distributor or retailer may be liable. We hold companies responsible for design defects; testing and inspection failures; insufficient instructions, warnings and labels; and the failure to issue timely and adequate recalls.
After an industrial workplace accident, such as an explosion that takes place in a carpet mill or factory, it is critical to determine whether defective equipment is to blame. You are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits for your on-the-job injuries, but you may also pursue a third-party claim against a manufacturer in certain cases.
We are experienced and dedicated attorneys who seek full and fair compensation for our clients. We aim to hold negligent manufacturers liable for past and future medical expenses, lost wages, funeral expenses, pain and suffering, and more.
Types Of Dangerous Or Defective Products
We are prepared to help individuals and families who have been harmed because of:
- Defective automobiles or auto parts, including seat belts, air bags, roofs, gas tanks and ignition switches
- Defective household appliances, including water heaters and furnaces
- Defective equipment in the workplace, such as carpet mill machinery, forklift trucks, commercial cooking and baking equipment, and more
- Defective children’s products, including cribs and toys
Get Legal Help Today. Schedule A Free Consultation.
Please send us an email or call 706-847-4086 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your legal concerns with a lawyer at our firm. In Georgia, there is a two-year statute of limitations for wrongful death claims. If you have lost a loved one because of a defective or dangerous product, it is important that we begin working on your case as soon as possible.