What Types of Defective Product Liability Cases Do You Handle?
For more than 80 years, the award-winning attorneys at The Law Offices of John Day, P.C. have pursued claims, on behalf of Tennessee injury victims, against designers, manufacturers, and sellers whose products are defective or unreasonably dangerous. We handle all types of product liability cases including:
- Medicine and drugs
- Medical devices
- Automobile, motorcycles, ATVS, boats, personal watercraft
- Automobile accessories (e.g., tires and child car seats)
- Household products and appliances
- Children's toys
- And more
Because of our results, since 2007, Best Lawyers has named John Day as one of the best lawyers in the field of Product Liability Litigation. Business Tennessee has consistently named John Day as one of the best lawyers in the State of Tennessee. The Nashville Business Journal has named John Day as one of the Best of the Bar. Hiring the right lawyer for your defective product claim is critical, and we encourage you to read about how you should go about selecting the right attorney. Click here for more information on hiring an attorney.
If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective product,we urge you to follow these steps and then immediately contact one of our experienced product liability attorneys. At no charge, we will talk to you about your case and let you know if it is the type of case we can help with and we will answer your questions and explain your options. If you decide to hire us, we will help you and your family get the compensation you deserve. Our award-winning lawyers handle all defective product liability cases on a contingency basis which means we only get paid if we recover money for you. And, we advance all case expenses so you are never out of pocket to pursue your defective product liability claim. This is especially important in product liability cases because engineering and other experts are often needed to prove your case under Tennessee law, and those experts can be expensive. If we win, we are paid for our services and we are reimbursed for the case expenses we advanced. If we are not successful, you do not owe us anything. To learn more about our fees and how we handle case expenses, click here.
Tennessee has a one year statute of limitations for personal injury and wrongful death cases, and the clock begins to run on the date of injury. While there are some exceptions, you should assume you only have one year from the date you were injured to pursue your case or lose your claim forever. Product liability cases tend to be more complex so hiring a lawyer early is in your best interest to ensure the case can be adequately investigated and prepared.
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- Defective Products (or “Product Liability”)
- If I Am Hurt By A Defective Product, Who Is Responsible?
- What Do I Have To Prove to Win My Defective Products Liability Case?
- I Have Been Injured By a Defective Product, What Do I Do?
- How Much Will It Cost Me To Pursue My Defective Products Liability Case?
- What Compensation Am I Entitled To In My Defective Product Liability Action Case?