Hartford Products Liability Attorneys

We depend on many products to make our everyday lives easier. When a product malfunctions due to a design or manufacturing error and injuries result, victims may be entitled to compensation for their injuries.

At Adler Law Group, our attorneys have extensive experience representing personal injury plaintiffs in Connecticut. These include individuals who are injured by defects in automobiles, appliances, tools, furniture, even toys. When the products you rely on fail, we can provide you with aggressive representation.

If you have been injured due to a product you believe is defective, contact our firm to discuss your injuries and possible forms of compensation.

Connecticut Product Defects Attorneys

A successful products liability case requires establishing negligence on the part of the product manufacturer. Our firm approaches every case with the goal of making the strongest claim possible by gathering all the facts and looking for any evidence that a product manufacturer knew — or should have known — of defects.

The sudden expenses that arise from an injury — medical bills, missed work, rehabilitation — can be overwhelming. We work to help our clients recover compensation for these costs. Compensation can cover:

  • Medical expenses
  • Physical pain and suffering
  • Emotional pain and suffering
  • Lost wages

In the event that injuries from a defective product result in death, we may be able to assist surviving family members with filing a wrongful death suit. In every case, we are here to guide our clients through the difficult period of recovery that follows serious accidents.

Discuss Your Injuries And Recovery Options With Adler Law Group

Our Hartford products liability attorneys offer a free initial consultation to discuss possible compensation claims. Contact us online or call our East Hartford office at 860-333-5797 (800-693-9147 toll free) to speak with an experienced lawyer.

We welcome clients to visit our East Hartford office; we are also happy to travel to your hospital if you are currently in recovery.