Louisville Dangerous Products Lawyers

Consumers purchase products with the expectation that the product will be safe, free from defects, and function without harming a person. A design defect, manufacturing defect, or improper warning label can lead to a consumer being seriously injured. At Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd & Conway, PSC, we help consumers who have been injured by dangerous products. Our experience, knowledge of the law, and access to resources provides clients with broad-based representation.

If you or someone you know has been seriously injured by a dangerous product, contact an attorney from Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd & Conway, PSC. Our firm offers a free initial consultation and handles all cases on a contingent fee basis. Read more about dangerous products.

When You Are Injured by a Dangerous Product

Our firm has secured multi-million-dollar verdicts and settlements for the victims of dangerous products. We handle only a small number of cases at any one time. Each injured client receives very personalized attention. Our firm’s successes are rooted in the way we approach each injured client and their concerns as we seek fair compensation. We help people obtain recovery for injuries from dangerous products such as:

  • Automotive products such as airbags, tie rods, seat backs, seat belts, and tow dollies
  • Medical devices such as pacemakers, defibrillators, catheters, and pumps
  • Machinery and industrial equipment
  • Lawnmowers
  • Weed trimmers
  • Lift tables
  • Deer stands
  • Escalators
  • Electrical cords
  • Household appliances
  • Ladders
  • Power tools

Manufacturers can use many tactics to shift the blame for the cause of the injury onto the injured person. They may claim a product was improperly used or a warning label was not followed. Our firm has resources that allow us to work with engineers and product designers. These experts help us build our case and prove the liability of manufacturers, designers, and retailers of dangerous products. Contact us to learn more about how we can help.


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