Minnesota Product Liability Attorneys

“Many of us go through our day-to-day lives without really reflecting on the amount of trust we place in the producers of products we use every day. It is only when we or our loved ones are injured by a poorly-produced or defective product that we are forced to examine our faith in corporations.Recent Product Liability CaseNate Bjerke represented a woman who was injured by a piece of patio furniture that was made in China that broke and caused her severe nerve damage and rendered her disabled. The manufacturer initially said they were not responsible for the injury and they would never pay a cent to settle the claim. After years of litigation, Nate was able to settle the case for a very favorable confidential sum. Nearly all products are subject to product liability laws. We also can help you with tire defects cases and child seat cases.

Steroid Injection (Meningitis)

Stryker Recall

Mirena IUD

Automobile Defects

Child Seat Defects

Construction Equipment Defects

Deer Stand Cases

Defective Products

DePuy Hip Implant

DuPont Imprelis Herbacide Lawsuit

Personal Watercraft Defects

Rollover Accident Defect

Airbag Cases

ATV Defects and Accidents

Minnesota product liability lawyers at TSR Injury Law believe that, when an oversight by a manufacturer causes innocent people to become hurt or sick, that company should be held responsible. If you have suffered from injuries due to a defective product, you need an experienced attorney. We have helped thousands of people recover millions in compensation. Our product liability attorneys are among the top 5% in the state of Minnesota, call 612-TSR-TIME or submit our free consultation form.

Types of Minnesota Product Liability Suits

Products can be deficient in two basic ways:

For example, seat belts are sometimes found to have a manufacturing defect. The basic design of the seat belt may be sound, but if it is constructed out of faulty material, the fabric will rip in an accident, making the seat belt useless.Other seat belts have been shown to have a design defect; this means that, because of the way the locking mechanism or some other crucial part is designed, the belt will not tighten sufficiently during an accident, regardless of the material used to make the belt.

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If you or a loved one has been injured by a poorly designed or dangerous product, we can help defend your legal rights. Contact Minnesota product liability attorneys of TSR Injury Law at 612-TSR-TIME. ”

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