When a product has a defect, it has the potential to be dangerous – or even deadly. And virtually any product can have a defect. Our dedicated attorneys have assisted clients who have been hurt from small hand tools to car tires and everything in between.
These injuries can leave a victim with substantial expenses such as hospital bills and lost wages. If this has happened to you, you may be entitled to compensation. We encourage you to reach out to an Olympia products liability lawyer for assistance.
Manufacturers have a duty of care to make sure that their products have been thoroughly tested before going to market. They also have a responsibility to ensure appropriate warnings and instructions on any packaging.
To have a valid personal injury claim, the following conditions need to be met:
We understand that you still might have questions about what happened to you and if it meets the criteria above. Please call us. It’s best to evaluate each situation on its own. After meeting, we’ll be able to let you know your legal options.
In general, you have just three years to file a products liability claim in the State of Washington. That’s not a lot of time, and we’ve had to turn people away who waited too long to reach out for help. If you are outside the statute of limitations, you’re unable to file a claim.
There are a few additional reasons to involve one of our products liability lawyers early in the process:
Don’t delay in reaching out. Remember, you risk nothing to speak to one of our attorneys.
Products liability claims are complicated to navigate. We recommend you contact an Olympia products liability lawyer to assist with the process. Our skilled team of attorneys have helped clients win fair settlements in cases involving defective products.
We offer free case evaluations and only charge a fee if we’re able to win your case. The first step is to call to schedule a time to meet. Please let us know if you’re unable to come to our Olympia office, and we’ll have an attorney meet you at your home or other preferred location.