Tulsa Product Liability Attorney
Anyone who manufactures a product has a responsibility to the user of that product to ensure that the product is safe for use. When a manufacturer fails to abide by this rule and someone is hurt by their product, a product liability case results. In Tulsa, Oklahoma, people are injury, and sometimes even killed, by defective and faulty product every day. If you or a loved one is injured or killed from a faulty or defective product, you may be entitled to monetary compensation.
In recent years some of the most common products that have harmed people have been:
- Prescription Drugs
- Over the Counter Drugs
- Children’s Toys
- Baby Items
- Cars and other Motor Vehicles
- Pet Food
- Human Food
- Medical Devices
- Industrial Equipment and Machinery
- Recreational Vehicles
- Off Road Vehicles
The Denton Law Firm is a Tulsa, Oklahoma product liability law firm that is prepared to help you recover what you deserve from manufacturers who put you and your family at risk. The Denton Law Firm will analyze your case and let you know if you are eligible to obtain compensation from manufacturers.
Manufacturers have a duty to properly label their products and to keep your food free of any contaminants or disease. If they fail to do this and you are injured, you deserve to hold them accountable and make them pay for your lost wages, pain, suffering, and other losses.
It is important to act quickly in contacting an attorney if you believe you or a loved one may have been hurt by a defective product. Witnesses and evidence can disappear over time, leaving your case more difficult to prove. We can usually prevent this from happening if you contact us soon enough. The Denton Law Firm can usually obtain your recovery without having to go to court, however, if it is necessary we are a seasoned litigation firm willing and ready to fight for you in court. Contact us today to arrange for your free consultation regarding your Tulsa, Oklahoma product liability case: (918) 631-7181.
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