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Chicago Failure to Warn Attorneys

Representing Victims in Product Liability Cases

At Power, Rogers & Smith, L.L.P., we know that consumers have a right to know whether a product is dangerous or made of hazardous material. This is why manufacturers are required to place warning labels on their products and inform consumers of any possible dangers that could harm them. When the manufacturer fails to do this, they are negligent. Any individual who is injured as a result of this negligence may be able to take legal action against the manufacturer.

Our Chicago failure to warn lawyers know how to handle these cases with extensive experience and a dedication to the most favorable outcome possible. We work hard to show that the manufacturer was aware of the hazard yet still released the product to the public without adding proper warning labels. If we find that the manufacturer acted in negligence, we build a case designed on your specific needs to help you seek compensation for any damages sustained.

Call us at (312) 313-0202 for your free consultation.

How Does Injury Occur?

When a product is dangerous and there are no warning labels, serious injury can occur. This is because the consumer may not recognize the danger and uses the product in a manner which causes harm. These actions can vary and affect both adults and children.

Injury can occur from the following:

  • Sharp edges
  • Lead-based paint
  • Loose parts
  • Broken or chipped parts

Seek Compensation — Call (312) 313-0202

No matter the situation, if a manufacturer failed to warn consumers of an inherent danger and you sustain an injury as a result, you may be eligible for compensation. By filing a product liability claim, you may be able to seek money for damages related to the injury, including hospital expenses, rehabilitation costs, lost wages, future income, and more. You shouldn’t have to experience financial, emotional, or physical hardships as a result of a manufacturing company’s negligence, especially if their mistakes have caused serious pain and suffering. You may even be able to recover compensation to help with vocational training should your injury prevent you from returning to your same job.

At Power, Rogers & Smith, L.L.P., we have been representing injured victims in Chicago for decades. With over two decades of experience, we have achieved multiple successes and victories. In fact, we have helped recover more than $4 billion on behalf of our clients. Our Chicago product liability attorneys are completely dedicated to holding negligent manufacturers accountable when their products or failure to warn cause harm. Whether we handle your case through trial or in negotiations, the priority remains the same: help you receive the maximum compensation available in your case.

Contact Power, Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. today at (312) 313-0202.

  • Experience

    Since 1993 when we first opened the doors of our law practice, Power Rogers & Smith has handled some of the largest personal injury cases for plaintiffs in the state of Illinois – and won. With our experience, we aren’t afraid to stand up to large corporations and insurance companies in court.

  • Success

    Power Rogers & Smith has won more than $4 billion in verdicts and settlements for its clients – that’s $800 million more than our closest competitor since 2000. These results include many record-setting and regulation-changing outcomes as well, including a $100 million settlement for victims of a trucking accident – Illinois’ largest injury award to a single family.

  • Contingency Fee

    Victims of tragic and life-altering accidents are suffering – physically, emotionally, and financially. We take the financial burden off victims by working on a contingent fee. This means that you do not pay unless/until we secure a financial recovery for you. You focus on healing. We’ll take care of the rest.

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Common Questions Related to Product Liability

  • What is Product Liability?

    A: Product liability refers to death or serious injury cause by a defect in design or manufacturing of a product, automobile or equipment.

  • Was My Injury Caused By Defective Design or Manufacturing?

    A: In most cases, this is determined through an in-depth investigation on what happened to cause the injury. A skilled attorney will be able to ask the necessary questions to construct a strong case in your defense.

  • Who Can I Sue?

    A: If a defective product has caused you injury, you may be able to sue seller, the designer or the manufacturer to receive compensation.