Products Liability

Not all accidents are your fault. Many times, the products we use every day have poor designs, improper manufacturing, or other problems that make them potentially harmful for use. There are many cases where a product alone is the cause of accident or injury. In such cases, the product manufacturer should be held at fault for creating and releasing potentially harmful products.

At the Spartanburg, South Carolina-based Hodge & Langley Law Firm, our attorneys have a combined 50 years of collective experience sorting through the evidence, investigating the circumstances of accidents, and holding responsible even the largest companies. Our dedicated legal staff knows how to research a case, collect pertinent information and talk with experts. If you think a defective product caused you or a loved one harm, contact our lawyers today.

The product liability lawyers at the Hodge & Langley Law Firm have handled a wide range of defective products cases, and won significant awards to help our clients recover from their injuries.

Some specific examples of defective products / product liability cases include:

  • Poorly-designed vehicle fuel system causes a fuel-fed fire
  • Seat belt defects, tire defects and wheel defects
  • SUV rollovers due to design defects
  • Sheet metal roller machine with inadequate safety mechanisms causing severe injury or even a wrongful death
  • Poorly maintained or defectively designed forklift dropping heavy weights on workers in a manufacturing plant or warehouse
  • Saws used for cutting meat, timber or other materials causing dismemberment, laceration, and/or potentially catastrophic injuries
  • Defective insulin pump causing serious medical problems for a diabetic
  • Implants, cosmetic implants and surgical devices causing rejection by body, infection, and/or potentially catastrophic injuries
  • Prosthetic devices that fail causing infection, disease, and/or potentially catastrophic injuries
  • Defective machines, hay balers or tractors leading to dismemberment, laceration, and/or potentially catastrophic injuries
  • Defective aesthetic laser machines

Our products liability lawyers in S.C. offer a free initial consultation to discuss your product liability case and handle defective product cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay nothing up front for our legal services. If we are successful, our fee will be a percentage of the settlement or award we obtain for you; if we are not successful, you will owe us no attorney fees.

Contact Hodge & Langley Law Firm today for your free product liability case consultation.

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