Product Liability

We have served many citizens of this region who have been injured by a defective or poorly designed product. Pennsylvania law provides significant legal protection to persons injured by an unsafe product. Pennsylvania law considers a product defective where it lacks any element necessary to make it safe for its intended use. Pennsylvania law also considers a productive defective where it possesses any element that renders it unsafe for its intended use.

We have experience in the complex issues presented by products injuries in the work place. We realize the advantages given to a Plaintiff in this area and pursue your right to full compensation vigorously.

A Product Liability case involves suing manufacturers who are responsible for designing and manufacturing products that are unsafe under these standards. It also involves suing companies in the chain of distribution of the product. Manufacturers or distributors can be held liable when a defective product causes injury to an adult or child.

Design flaws and defects can be found in a wide range of products, including cars and other auto industry products, industrial machines at work, construction equipment and materials, appliances, children's toys, cribs, car seats, drugs and other consumer products.

Our practice has focused in a major and particular way on workplace and construction injuries. We have experience in the complex issues presented by products injuries in the work place. Normally, the Employer cannot be sued for a defective product in Pennsylvania. We have fought on many occasions to avoid the "workers' compensation exclusivity bar" in Pennsylvania where a defective product injures an employee in the workplace. Such cases often involve significant investigation and expert advice.

Our firm has successfully negotiated and litigated cases involving:

  • Industrial machine defects
  • Unguarded machines, including saws and compressors
  • Design flaws and design defects
  • Manufacturing flaws
  • Inadequate instructions or warnings
  • Chemical products
  • Household appliances
  • Consumer products
  • Children's products
  • Airbags
  • Seatbelts
  • Tires
  • Motor vehicles

We are ready to serve you or a family member in the difficult circumstance where a product defect injury occurs. Product defects often lead to tragic circumstances where a family is deprived of its income. The injured person often is restricted from doing most, if not any, work. The injured person is often in ongoing and significant pain. The party faces mounting medical bills, loss of self-esteem, depression, and anxiety about the future. We understand your needs when you are seriously injured.

If you need experienced personal injury attorneys who are aggressive advocates, we are here to serve your needs. Clients find we represent them with skill and compassion to ensure they get the compensation they require. You will find that we take a team approach to all serious cases. There is a unique synergy that comes from our representation.

It is important that you contact us as soon as possible so we can preserve evidence and investigate the circumstances of your case promptly. It is important to know that product liability cases can involve many potential defendants as the defective machine may have passed through several distributors after it left the manufacturer. Cases involving workplace injuries involve a particular need for prompt action. Contact us immediately so we can better serve you.

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Wusinich & Brogan is located in Downingtown, PA and serves clients in and around Downingtown, Malvern, Lyndell, Wagontown, Exton, Uwchland, Glenmoore, Thorndale, Parkesburg, Brandamore, Modena, Chester Springs, West Chester, Coatesville, Honey Brook, Unionville, Devault, Elverson, Sadsburyville, Kimberton, Pomeroy, Berks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Lancaster County.

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