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Common Defective Products

Manufactured products are an important component of a modern lifestyle. From vehicles to laptops, there are countless items that can make life more enjoyable or simpler. Sadly, manufactured products are not always built for safety. Too often, defective products make it into the hands of innocent consumers, who may suffer serious injuries and even death as a result.

If you or someone you love has suffered due to a defective product, you have a right to seek compensation. A Cedar Rapids product liability attorney from Leehey Olson Law, P.C., can help you seek your due damages. Contact our office today at (319) 294-4424 to learn more about your legal options.

Potentially Dangerous Consumer Products

The following products are commonly involved in liability litigation in which an individual has suffered due to a manufacturing or design defect:

  • Vehicle brakes
  • Vehicle tires
  • Toys
  • Children’s strollers and cribs
  • Food products
  • Tobacco products
  • Prescription drugs
  • Medicines
  • Firearms

Any of these products can cause serious and potentially fatal harm if they prove to be defective. It is important that those responsible for a product’s defects are held accountable for any harm they subsequently cause.

Contact Us

If you have been the victim of an accident involving a defective product, you may be eligible for fiscal compensation. The experienced Cedar Rapids product liability attorneys at Leehey Olson Law, P.C., can help you seek damages for your medical bills, pain and suffering, and related expenses. Contact our office at (319) 294-4424 to get started on your case today.

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