Taking Action After Injuries Due To Defective Products
In cases involving accidents caused by defective products, we supplement our more than 25 years of personal injury experience with the knowledge of experts. We bring in experts who have in-depth knowledge of the specific product involved, ensuring that we have a full understanding of the product and why it caused harm. This is all part of building a case with the necessary strength to take on the major corporation that produced the product, a challenge that we are up to at Cromartie Law.
Product Liability At Work, Home Or Elsewhere
Our lawyer and staff confidently handle personal injury and product liability cases involving consumer products used at home and other locations. Whether your case involves a defective car or car part, a defective appliance or any other defective item, you can be confident in our ability to take on whatever big business is responsible for putting that product on the market.
Workplace accidents involving defective products are more complex. These include cases involving defective punch presses, defective conveyor belts and other factory machinery. Our investigation may indeed reveal that the product was poorly designed or manufactured. However, the investigation might reveal that the product was not defective, but was poorly maintained or improperly tampered with by the employer. In Georgia, the only remedy for cases involving these types of safety violations may be workers’ compensation.
Get The Information And Guidance You Need
Do not hesitate to call us at 706-622-4853 or 866-752-9643, or use our online contact form to get in touch with our firm. Your initial consultation with a Georgia product defect attorney is free, and we handle most cases on a contingency fee basis: You will owe no legal fees unless we obtain compensation for you.
Our firm is located at the corner of Broad Street and Fourth Avenue in front of the Floyd County Courthouse and Forum in downtown Rome. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., with off-site evening and weekend appointments available.