Defective Grooming Products
"I Was Injured by a Defective Grooming Product – What Now?"
Every year, American consumers spend millions of dollars on grooming products for themselves and their families. However, sometimes these products are made with defects that can cause serious, life-changing injuries.
Whether a faulty hairdryer caused a house fire or a brand new electric razor cut your neck and face, we can help get your life back on track. If a defective grooming product caused you or a loved one injury, we'll fight to recover the money you deserve.
Preserve the Evidence
"Do I need to keep my defective product?"
Evidence is extremely important in every case, but it's especially significant when a defective product caused your injury. All too often, we hear from victims of product injuries who have discarded their faulty product.
It might seem tempting to throw your defective grooming item away. After all, you don't want another family member to mistakenly use it and get hurt. However, it's vital to your case. We suggest storing it someplace safe and away from family and friends.
Statues of Limitations
It's important to act quickly. There may be time limits to your injury claim – otherwise known as statutes of limitations.
Statutes of limitations restrict the time period that a person can file a lawsuit.
A personal injury action must be filed within two years of the date when the injury occurred.
However, there is a "discovery rule," which, in limited cases, extends the time for filing a personal injury action.
We Handle All Defective Grooming Products
For decades, we've been helping product injury victims. The most common types of defective grooming products include:
- Electric shavers
- Hair dryers
- Curling irons
- Flat irons
- Lash curlers
- And more
For more information, see our list of defective household items.
Get the Legal Help You Need – Contact Us Today
Our consultations are absolutely free, and there's no obligation to use our services. We're standing by to answer your legal questions, and we'll determine if you have a defective product case.