Too often we hear of unfortunate accidents where people are injured while riding a bike, skiing, using a treadmill, or playing with toys. But what if a defective helmet caused your injuries? What if your child was injured by a recalled toy?
If a day of fun turned into a trip to the emergency room – or worse – don't assume the accident was your fault. You may think you're to blame, but how can you be certain?
You may have a product liability case against the manufacturer, distributor, or supplier of the product that injured you or your child. But, there's only one way to find out. Contact our Pennsylvania law firm for a no obligation, free legal consultation.
Most types of defective recreational equipment fall into several categories, including:
As you can imagine, millions of these types of products are manufactured every year. View our list of common defective recreational toys, equipment, and fitness products.
If you, or your child, were injured while using a toy, snowboard, weight machine, or other type of recreational product, and you think it was defective, Edgar Snyder & Associates is ready to help.
Manufacturers are responsible for making safe products, and they can be held liable for injuries people suffer from their products due to design flaws, recalls, or other defects. Suppliers and distributors are also responsible for keeping products free of damage until people purchase them. If they allow products to be damaged during shipping or stocking in stores, they can be held liable for injuries as well.
At our Pennsylvania law firm, we have experience going up against the manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors responsible for causing injuries for innocent people. Since 1982, our attorneys have helped over 50,000 people get money they need to move on with their lives – including people injured by defective products.
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