Atlanta Product Liability Attorney
Manufacturers, designers, and distributors of consumer goods must provide products that are safe for consumer use or consumption. Whether injury or wrongful death was caused by strangulation by improperly spaced crib slats or a car accident that happened because of faulty automobile tires, those who either knowingly or unknowingly design, manufacture, distribute or sell faulty products may be held liable for damages you suffer. Hurt Stolz, P.C., Atlanta product liability attorneys, have the knowledge and experience victims need when seeking recovery for damages sustained at the time of injury.
Athens Defective Product Lawyer
Hurt Stolz, P.C., Athens defective product lawyers, represent injured/financially damaged victims and families of victims of wrongful death because of:
- Defective Vehicle and/or Automotive Parts
- Workplace Machinery Defects
- Medical Equipment
- Unsafe Drugs
- Dangerous Children’s Toys
Atlanta Car Accident Attorney
Examples of auto defect suits in which Hurt Stolz, P.C., Atlanta product liability lawyers, secured recovery for our clients:
- Cameron v. Isuzu, Fulton County State Court (2001) – Hurt Stolz, P.C., Atlanta car accident attorneys, sough recovery for the family of a wife and mother, who was crushed as a result of a defective suspension system. The case proceeded against the manufacturer for a manufacturing defect in the welds and the suspension system and a design defect for the roof crush of the Isuzu Trooper.
- Johnson v. Nissan, United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia (2003) – A passenger seated behind the driver and wearing a lap belt only was paralyzed in a frontal collision. The paralysis was caused by defective design in the seat and seatbelt which do not allow the belt to fit properly and to stay on the hips during a collision. Hurt Stolz, P.C., personal injury attorneys, negotiated resolution prior to trial.
- Maddox v. Toyota, United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia (2003) – Hurt Stolz, P.C., sought recovery for the family of a woman killed in a low speed frontal collision due to the lack of structural crashworthiness. During the minor collision, the steering wheel moved rearward and upward causing the 53 year old woman to break her neck.
- Wright v. General Motors, Superior Court of Richmond County (2004) – Hurt Stolz, P.C. consumer protection attorneys, brokered resolution prior to the class action suit for excessive and dangerous vibration in pick up trucks being certified by the court.
- Lindsey v. Navistar International – $5.1 million dollar verdict; case of national importance.
- Gentry v. Volkswagen – $11 million dollar verdict for death of 16 year-old.
When injury occurs because of a defective product, talk to an Atlanta defective product attorney who understands product liability law and knows how to secure maximum recovery for your damages.