Anthony Vieira – Product Liability Attorney Serving Los Angeles, San Francisco, Ventura County, and Communities throughout California, Illinois, and Other States Pro Hac Vice
As a consumer, you are protected by certain inviolable rights when you purchase a product. Primary among these is the right to use that product for its intended purpose without fear of defects that would make it dangerous. When an injury results from a defective product, any or all parties involved in the design, manufacture, marketing, or sale of the product may be held liable.
At The Law Offices of Anthony E. Vieira, we have heartfelt compassion for those who have been injured by defective products. We truly care about people and their well being. When people are injured due to the wrongful or negligent actions of others, we are honored to help them by diligently pursuing justice on their behalves.
As part of our personal injury practice, The Law Offices of Anthony E. Vieira - Attorneys at Law offers expert representation to those in need of a product liability attorney in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Ventura County, or anywhere else throughout California, Illinois, or the rest of the United States (pro hac vice). If you or someone you love has been injured by a defective product, our attorneys may be able to help you obtain monetary damages, working to achieve justice with integrity, confidence, and excellence. Anthony Vieira and the experienced trial attorneys at The Law Offices of Anthony E. Vieira are dedicated to defending the rights of consumers who have been unduly and unexpectedly harmed while using a product for its intended purpose. We will build the strongest product liability case possible on your behalf, taking action against multiple parties if appropriate.
A product liability case can be constructed around three distinct types of defects: design, manufacturing, and marketing. A design defect is one that is inherent in a product before it has even been manufactured, one that makes a product excessively dangerous by nature. In such cases, it is usually necessary to show that the designer was negligent, ignoring safer alternatives in creating specifications for a clearly unsafe product. More commonly, product liability cases are developed around manufacturing defects, those that occur when the assembly or creation of a product or its parts does not meet designer specifications. Since the defective product itself is considered sufficient evidence of negligence in most of these cases, the burden usually falls on those involved in the manufacture of the product to show why they should not be held liable. Our defective product attorneys can also build a case around marketing defects, those that result from a failure to warn consumers about the potential dangers of a product, as well as inadequate or misleading labeling and incomplete or incomprehensible instructions for use.
What is essential to all product liability cases, regardless of the nature of the defect, is the ability to show that major injury occurred as the result of a demonstrable flaw in the product. If you have been injured while using a product for its intended purpose and are unsure whether you have a product liability claim, it is imperative that you contact a qualified attorney immediately. Anthony Vieira, an experienced defective product attorney serving Los Angeles, San Francisco, Ventura County, and other communities throughout California, Illinois, and other states pro hac vice, has the expertise and skill to evaluate product liability claims quickly and accurately.
Contact Defective Product Attorney Anthony Vieira for an Evaluation of Your Product Liability Case
If you or someone you love has been seriously injured by a defective product and are in need of a qualified, experienced product liability attorney serving Los Angeles, San Francisco, Ventura County, and other communities throughout California and Illinois, contact The Law Offices of Anthony E. Vieira today. Anthony Vieira and the The Law Offices of Anthony E. Vieira team would be pleased to evaluate your case and to answer any questions you may have openly and honestly.