Recalled Products in New York Lawyer

Consumers purchase products with the belief that these items have been tested and proven to be safe well before they make it to store shelves. It is not uncommon, unfortunately, for design or manufacturing errors to present themselves well after a product has been shipped. Companies issue recalls for unsafe products, but what happens to those individuals who had purchased and used the item before there was a recall? Contact our firm to learn more about your options for compensation.

If you were hurt by recalled products in New York, attorneys can help. At Albert Buzzetti & Associates, L.L.C., we have experience guiding clients through even the most complex product recall cases. Schedule a free consultation with a lawyer at our firm. There is no fee if you do not recover monetary compensation.

Brooklyn Product Recall Lawyer

Nearly any product can be recalled, from toys to cleaning products to power tools. These products can be defective for a number of reasons, including:

  • Hazardous materials used, including lead paint
  • Sharp edges
  • Small pieces that can fall off and be ingested
  • Defective safety features
  • Exposed nails or screws
  • Faulty electrical wiring
  • Faulty or incorrect instruction manuals

Whether these products were defective in the design stage or the manufacturing stage, our New Jersey lawyers will hold the responsible parties accountable for their actions. It is our goal to fight for your maximum monetary compensation through negotiation or trial litigation. We strive to recover compensation for your lost wages, medical bills, property damage, and pain and suffering. Trust our firm to relentlessly pursue your full and fair compensation.

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If you have been injured by a defective or dangerous consumer product in the home, your work or elsewhere, contact an experienced personal injury lawsuit lawyer at Albert Buzzetti & Associates today for a FREE consultation and review of your legal rights. All cases are taken on contingency, so there are no fees until after we settle your case.

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