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Product Liability

Massachusetts Defective Product Attorney

If you or a loved one has been in an accident involving a defective or dangerous product, it is critical that you seek experienced legal counsel right away in order to preserve the evidence and prevent it from being tampered with, destroyed, or misplaced.  John Morrissey has the skills and experience to investigate prepare, negotiate, and litigate to obtain compensation in product liability cases.

We work zealously in defective product lawsuits to hold all negligent parties accountable for your injuries. We pursue manufacturers, product designers, engineers, product distributors, and other negligent parties to ensure you recover full compensation for your injuries including recovery for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and damages. We handle defective product cases involving construction equipment and consumer products.

Defective machinery: Heavy machinery or construction equipment such as a bobcat, crane, forklift, welding equipment, or other machinery often have the propensity to cause dangerous accidents. Safety defects, design defects, or other equipment defects can cause an accident resulting in life-altering injuries, such as amputation, a spinal cord injury, or even death.

Other defective consumer products: In addition to defective construction equipment, we have the product liability experience to represent individuals who have been injured as a result of other defective consumer products, such as defective auto parts or exercise machines.

It is difficult to successfully recover compensation in a product liability claim without the physical presence of the product that caused the injury or death. It is important to consult with a lawyer immediately following an injury to make sure efforts are made to preserve the defective product, keep it in the same jurisdiction, and prevent any tampering with or destruction of the product.

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