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Have You Been Injured by a Dangerous Product?

We trust that the products we purchase are safe when used as directed. Often, that trust is not well-placed.

Defective and dangerous products of all kinds cause serious injuries and fatalities every year. News about lead in children’s products alerted the public that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission cannot protect us from all dangerous products.

When Companies Put Profits Before People

At Walsh, Knippen & Cetina, Chartered, in Wheaton, Illinois, we stand up for the rights of the injured. Our product liability attorneys seek financial compensation for those who were harmed by dangerous products, including:

  • Construction equipment
  • Nail guns
  • Industrial products and machinery
  • Scaffolding
  • Ventilators
  • Engine testing machines
  • Defective cribs, car seats, toys, and other products for children
  • Defective air bags, seat belts, tires, brakes, and gas tanks
  • Defective medical products
  • Dangerous and defective drugs
  • Defective consumer products and food

Legal Action Can Help Reduce Injuries From Faulty Products

Our lawyers are committed to recovering financial compensation for individuals who are seriously harmed by defective or dangerous products. We also see our work in this area of practice as a way to protect the public at large.

Whether the product that injured you was defective in its design, manufacturing, labeling, or marketing, we have the skills and experience to help you recover the full amount of compensation you deserve.

To find out whether you have an actionable product liability claim, please contact our law office for a free consultation.

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