Over $100 Million Recovered for our clients
in the last 10 years
Free Case Evaluation

Danville Manufacturing Defect Lawyers

When a consumer purchases a product from the store, there is a certain level of agreement between the consumer and manufacturer. The consumer gives the product manufacturer his or her hard-earned money to pay for that product. In return, the manufacturer is supposed to provide a product that is safe for use or consumption. If a manufacturer fails to uphold this relatively simple agreement, the consumer could suffer serious harm.

If you or someone you love has been injured as a result of a defective consumer product, you may have grounds for legal action. For a free consultation regarding your legal rights and options, contact the Danville manufacturing defect lawyers of Spiros Law, P.C., today at (217) 443-4343.

Major Manufacturing Defects

If a defective or dangerous product slips through the inspection process, consumers may be left to suffer for a manufacturer’s mistakes until a recall is announced. Depending on the company, a defect may not be considered sufficiently widespread to issue a formal recall, leaving some consumers without any warning regarding the safety of the product In question.

The following issues may arise during the manufacturing process, putting consumers at risk of serious injury or illness:

  • Use of lead, mercury, or other dangerous substances
  • Improper construction, allowing parts to break off easily
  • Improper electrical wiring
  • Lack of an important part or feature
  • Use of old or substandard materials

In some cases, a company may not be fully aware of the dangers associated with its product. However, there are other instances in which improper cost-cutting measures were taken, leading to the use of substandard materials or untrained workers during the construction of the product.

Contact Us

If you have been injured because of an improperly manufactured product, you may be able to take legal action against the negligent manufacturer. For a free case evaluation, contact the Danville manufacturing defect attorneys of Spiros Law, P.C., by calling (217) 443-4343.

Our Commercial