Baltimore Defective Product Lawyer Baltimore, MD
Defective products cases can be complex. There may be multiple liable parties, including the designer, manufacturer, distributor and retailer. You need a law firm with the resources and experience to investigate and hold the liable parties accountable. At the Greenberg Law Offices, we have the skill to take on large corporations that put profits ahead of safety. We will determine liability and seek compensation from all negligent parties. To schedule a free consultation with a Baltimore defective product injury attorney, please call 410-539-5250 or 410-844-4854.
Dangerous Products Can Cause Serious Injuries
We can represent people injured by defective products in the home or workplace. In the workplace, defective products may include:
- Safety equipment
- Heavy equipment
- Electrical equipment
- Ladders and scaffolds
- Vehicle parts
This is not a complete list. Please speak with one of our lawyers if you were injured by a different type of defective product.
When appropriate to the case, we work with engineers, designers and other experts to determine liability and the cause of the injury. We may also work with medical experts to calculate the extent of your medical losses.
Injuries caused by defective products may be catastrophic or fatal and include burns, amputations, electric shock, head injuries, loss of vision or hearing, severe lacerations, spinal cord injuries and toxic exposure. If you suffered an on-the-job injury, we can file a workers’ compensation claim in addition to the personal injury suit.
Contact A Maryland Machinery Injury Attorney
For a free consultation, please call 410-539-5250, 410-844-4854, or contact us online.
“The Greenberg Law Office has been a tremendous support during a very turbulent time in my life. Every step of the way I could count on them to make arrangements and smooth the way after my work injury. Their attention to detail and conscientiousness have been a blessing and I thank them from the bottom of my heart for all that they did, which insured a positive resolution.”