f you have been injured by a dangerous or defective product, Nevada law is on your side. Our state’s product liability laws are very favorable to consumers. In Nevada, manufacturers and distributors are responsible for harm caused in many cases — even if the product is misused, as long as that misuse was foreseeable. There are several ways that products can be unreasonably dangerous, including manufacturing defects, design defects, a manufacturer or seller’s failure to warn and breach of warranty.
Located in Las Vegas, the trial lawyers at Eglet Prince have successfully handled products liability lawsuits related to many different types of dangerous and defective products. Product liability cases are one of our great strengths, and we have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for the victims of injuries caused by faulty products.
If you have been injured due to a defective product, please contact our Law Vegas law firm today at 702-450-5400 or 800-450-5406 toll free.
Our trial lawyers are equipped to successfully pursue maximum damages against major pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. These companies release drugs and medical products to the market with insufficient testing, failing to warn doctors and patients of the potential dangers, side effects or complications that could arise. Many times, they know the potential for lawsuits and proceed anyway, hoping to maximize profits as quickly as possible before a possible recall. We hold the companies accountable for their reckless business practices and cutting of corners.
Eglet Prince attorneys handle defective product cases, including:
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We represent all medical device, dangerous products and bad drug cases, including claims against the makers of defective hip replacements, Actos, endoscopy equipment, Yaz, Botox, antidepressants, vaginal mesh and other medical products.
We have also successfully taken cases to trial on machinery defect, auto defects, tire failure, seat belt failure, metal fatigue and ladder failure. These have been against major companies, such as Firestone and Toyota.
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