Defective and Unsafe Products

Product Liability Attorneys in Lincoln, Nebraska

We trust that the products we use everyday will be designed for safety, assembled properly and that using them will not result in serious accidents and injuries. Unfortunately, people sustain injuries every day from the use of unsafe products and require extensive and costly medical treatment. In the worst cases, family members must deal with the wrongful death of a loved one due to these defective products.

At Cada Law in Lincoln, Nebraska, our product liability attorneys represent the victims of injuries caused by unsafe products in claims against their manufacturers and/or distributors. We have helped file injury claims resulting from a variety of defective and malfunctioning products and have more than 50 years of combined trial experience pursuing compensation for our clients.

If you believe that you have been injured by a faulty or unsafe product, it is important that you keep the product in your possession if possible, preserving evidence that could be crucial to your case. Our lawyers will thoroughly examine the product and investigate the accident to determine how it could have been prevented and whether the manufacturer or distribute of the product may be held liable.

Taking Unsafe Products Out of the Marketplace

The lawyers at Cada Law have dealt with a variety of cases involving unsafe products, including:

  • Car defects, including faulty airbags and brake failures
  • Vehicle rollovers
  • Tire blowouts
  • Seat belt issues
  • Playground equipment
  • Toys
  • Power tools
  • Prescription drugs
  • Construction equipment
  • Industrial machinery

In addition to obtaining compensation for the victims of unsafe product injuries, product liability claims could also result in the recall of and removal of defective products, preventing future injuries. Companies who want to avoid these costly cases may have an incentive to remove them from the marketplace.

Contact Our Firm for a Free Case Evaluation

To speak with an attorney about your product liability claim for free, contact us at the Lincoln law firm of Cada Law to schedule a no cost initial consultation. Call our downtown office to make an appointment at 402-477-2233 or toll free at 888-546-2232 and get the help you need if you have been injured by an unsafe or defective product.

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Effective March 1, 2012