Defective Children’s Products
Personal Injury Lawyers in New Hampshire & Vermont
There are a great number of products manufactured for and marketed to children. By and large, these products are safe and work as intended, but manufacturer oversight and design defects can allow even the products presumed safe to cause serious or fatal injury.
If your child has been injured or killed due to a defectively designed product, please call Van Dorn, Curtiss & Rousseau, PLLC at (603) 556-4148 today to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced product liability attorneys in Orford, New Hampshire.
Types of Defective Children’s Products
Any product can be poorly designed, and even well-designed products can be impacted by manufacturing errors or improper handling, becoming dangerous after their production. No matter what has created a defective product, if it causes harm, you are entitled to hold the responsible party accountable and seek full compensation.
Products designed for children that may prove dangerous include:
- Cribs, toddler beds, and mattresses
- Highchairs and booster seats
- Car seats and boosters
If your child has been injured by these or any other product, the experienced Vermont liability attorneys at Van Dorn, Curtiss & Rousseau, PLLC are here to take your case and fight for the justice you are due.
Who Can Be Held Liable?
Determining liability following injury from a defective product can be an incredibly complex process. The manufacturer may be liable, but so too might manufacturers of component parts, warehouse companies, and retail outlets. The best way to determine who is liable is with the help of an experienced product liability attorney.
The New Hampshire personal injury attorneys at our firm have decades of combined experience helping victims of negligent companies get justice. We would be honored to meet with you free of charge to discuss your case, your rights, and the best way to get the justice you are due.
To schedule your free consultation with one of our experienced product liability attorneys, please contact us online or call (603) 556-4148 today. We serve all of Vermont and New Hampshire, including Manchester, Nashua, and Concord.