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NORTH CAROLINA DEFECTIVE PRODUCT LAWYERS

Protecting Consumer Rights

When you spend your hard-earned money on a product, you expect that the product is safe to use as intended. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Innocent people are injured every year by dangerous or poorly designed products.

The defective product lawyers at Crumley Roberts believe that consumers have the right to purchase safe, well-designed products, and manufacturers and other responsible parties must be held accountable for dangerous items they sell to consumers.

Types of Defective Product Cases

Before a new product is released on the market, it must go through several phases of production, any of which can result in a defect that causes injuries to consumers. Due to this fact, the manufacturer may not be the only party responsible for a defect in the product. Generally, defective product cases can be divided into three categories that cover manufacturing, design, and product marketing:

  • Manufacturing defects
    These are defects in the production of a product, such as a loose bolt on a table leg that causes the table to become unstable and collapse.
  • Design defects
    These defects are rooted in the design of the product that have existed since its creation, such as a power tool that lacks finger safety guards.
  • Marketing defects
    A product suffering from a marketing defect lacks manuals, warnings, or documentation that serves to outline the dangers of its use.

We’re On Your Side

Crumley Roberts has more than 25 years of experience fighting for the rights of injured people throughout the state, and we want to fight for you too. We have offices throughout North Carolina, so we’re never far away when you need the help of an experienced North Carolina injury lawyer.

Our defective product attorneys have the legal knowledge and resources necessary to help collect the compensation you deserve for your injuries. Call us at  or fill out our free initial consultation form today.

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