West Virginia Product Defect Attorney

Unless a product has been recalled or has made the news, you have no way of knowing whether or not it is safe. You assume that the things you use and buy have been properly designed, tested and manufactured, but this is not always true. Thousands of people are injured every year by defective products.

At Cormany Law PLLC, we represent people in West Virginia injured by work equipment and consumer products. Attorney Jon Kristofer Cormany has been helping injury victims for more than 15 years. He understands the complexities of product liability cases and has the experience to stand up to large corporations. Please speak with us to learn how we can help your family. Call 304-932-0886 (Charleston), 304-866-4409 (Davis) or 888-519-9541 to schedule a free consultation with a Charleston defective product lawyer.

Injuries Caused By Faulty Consumer Goods And Hazardous Workplaces

Numerous work accidents and injuries are caused by defective equipment and machinery. This can include commercial trucks, heavy equipment, construction equipment, safety equipment, coal mine equipment and natural gas drilling equipment. Industrial machinery, power tools, forklifts and conveyor belts can also cause workplace injuries.

When work equipment fails, it may be because of a design or manufacturing defect. In some cases, however, workers are injured when equipment is not properly maintained. Employers must perform regular safety and maintenance checks on equipment and machinery. If they fail to do so, they may be held liable for injuries.

We also represent people injured by defective consumer goods such as appliances, gas grills, space heaters, electrical equipment, ATVs, toys and prescription drugs. When we determine why the product failed, we may seek damages from the designer, manufacturer, distributor and/or retailer. Each case is different, so it is important that you discuss yours with an attorney.

Schedule A Free Consultation To Discuss Your Injuries

For a free consultation, please call 304-932-0886, 888-519-9541 or contact us online.