Charlotte Product Liability Lawyers
Representing Victims of Defective & Dangerous Products
When someone is injured or killed by a defective product, the manufacturer or seller may be liable under the law of product liability. While there is no traditional “strict liability” for defective products in North Carolina, a manufacturer or seller can still be held responsible for negligence in the design or manufacture of a product, failure to warn, and breach of warranty.
If you were injured by a defective product, don’t wait to contact an attorney at Charles G. Monnett III & Associates. In most cases, you only have three years from the date of the injury to bring a personal injury claim, including one involving a defective product, in the state of North Carolina.
Our Charlotte product liability lawyers are ready to assist you. Call us at (704) 859-2003 or submit an online contact form today for a free consultation.
Responsibility of Manufacturers to Warn of Danger
Product manufacturers have a responsibility to ensure their products are safe for consumer use before placing the product on the market. Manufacturers and sellers also have a duty to warn the consumer of the inherent dangers of the product. Failure to do so constitutes negligence. When this negligence leads to serious injuries or fatalities, the manufacturer or seller is responsible for the harm caused by the product.
Common Product Liability Claims
At Charles G. Monnett III & Associates, we have experience in a wide variety of product liability claims involving all types of defective and/or dangerous products. Our Charlotte product liability lawyers have handled complex claims involving design defects, manufacturing defects, and labeling/marketing defects.
Some of the types of product liability cases we handle include:
- Defective automobiles/auto parts
- Dangerous construction equipment
- Defective consumer products, ranging from kitchen appliances and exercise equipment
- Dangerous medicine and medical devices
- Machinery or equipment without proper guards or warnings
Additionally, we have helped clients with all types of injuries due to defective products, including but not limited to:
- Brain injuries
- Severe burns
- Broken bones
- Back, neck and Spinal cord injuries
How Charles G. Monnett III & Associates Can Help
We help clients who have been injured by dangerous and defective products. Through research, preparation, and consulting with quality engineers and experts in the field, we work hard to hold manufacturers and sellers responsible in product liability cases involving various consumer products, including kitchen and other household appliances, exercise equipment, children’s products, durable medical equipment, furniture and other household items.
We genuinely care for our clients who have fallen victim to dangerous and defective products around the home and/or at work. Our years of experience have given our lawyers a clear understanding of what our clients are experiencing, and we strive to recover the compensation they need for future care. In addition, we represent family members in product liability claims following the wrongful death of a loved one.
Contact Product Liability Attorneys in Charlotte, NC
If you or a loved one has been injured by a consumer/commercial product because of a defective design, defective manufacturing, or because you were not adequately warned about a product's inherent dangers, contact our team of experienced lawyers for a free case evaluation.
We can be reached online or by phone at (704) 859-2003.
Product Liability Resources
TestimonialsWhat Our Clients Say About Us
Charles was always available and informative on this process.- Susan Z.
Without their help, I would probably have lost everything that I owned.- Rick M.
Lauren Newton exceeded all of my expectations and she genuinely cares about her clients.- Jade B.
The experience I had was exactly what I wanted.- Jacob G.
I was very satisfied.- Raven B.
Proven Record of Success
$4.75 Million Defective Automobile
Settlement for a woman severely injured as a result of a defective automobile.
$2.328 Million Defective Bow-Flex Machine
Jury verdict on behalf of a man injured by defective Bow-Flex machine.