Holding Negligent Companies Accountable For Defective Products

A product can be considered dangerous for a number of reasons. From design defects to unsafe components, manufacturers have an obligation to warn consumers about the danger their product poses. If a product is defective, companies have a duty to remove it from the market so no one gets hurt.

Companies can't ignore defects – everyone's safety depends on that. Failing to warn people is negligence.

When unsafe products get released to consumers, injuries and sometimes deaths follow. In these types of cases, I hold the company or manufacturer liable for their carelessness. I seek monetary damages for my clients that will cover things like medical bills, lost wages, funeral expenses and burial costs. I make sure my clients' legal needs are properly addressed and that the negligent party is held accountable for hurting innocent people.

Defects Come In Many Forms

I'm personal injury lawyer Mike Breen, and it infuriates me when innocent folks suffer catastrophic injuries or die because a company was careless or unsafe. Most companies only care about making money, not about the people they've hurt, forced out of work and left with mounting bills. Many careless corporations even try to avoid liability by blaming the victim for their injuries.

I don't think that's right, which is why I fight to get fair compensation for victims. They're the ones who need the money, not the company.

I don't let big corporations slough off their responsibility onto innocent victims. I hold them accountable for the harm they've done and push for settlements that will make sure no one else gets hurt. In the last three decades, I've handled countless harmful product cases, including:

  • Defective vehicle designs
  • Harmful or unsafe children's toys
  • Hazardous household products and items
  • Unsafe medications and prescription drugs
  • Dangerous medical devices and implants

You Deserve Compensation — Take Action Sooner Rather Than Later

No amount of compensation can make a traumatic injury or sudden death of a loved one simply go away. I know that. But when you file an injury claim with my help, you can rest assured that I will seek fair compensation that will help you get back on your feet and on the road to recovery. If punitive damages are necessary, I will help you and your family seek these damages as well and hold the guilty party fully accountable for their mistake.

Because of Kentucky's and Tennessee's statute of limitations, it's extremely important to file an injury or wrongful death lawsuit within one year of an incident. If you don't, you risk losing your right to collect damages. So take action today by calling my Bowling Green law firm, Mike Breen, Attorney at Law, P.S.C., at 270-282-0144. I fight to the end for you because people just like you matter to me.