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Washington DC Product Liability Attorney

Thousands of injuries are caused each year by dangerous and defective products. “Product liability” claims allow victims to recover compensation from the manufacturer, seller or distributor of a defective product.

In order for a product to give rise to liability claims the product must be deemed defective. There are three product defects that can classify a product as defective: a manufacturing defect, a design defect, and an inadequate warning defect.

When a defective product has caused a permanent disabling injury, our goal is to provide our client with the funds necessary to make up for the inability to work, as well as funds necessary to pay for long term medical care needs. Members of the immediate family often suffer as well, both financially and emotionally. In the event of a catastrophic injury or death, families feel as though the fabric of their lives has been suddenly ripped apart.

We always strive to ensure that the proceeds from any case will be used as intended, i.e. to provide our clients with the necessary health care, maintenance and support. In doing so, we utilize the services of physicians and other health care providers, vocational counselors, and professional life care planners.

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The lawyer at The Abelson Law Firm, have substantial experience handling defective products and product liability cases. If you or a family member have been injured by a dangerously defective product, please contact us online for a free consultation.

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