WHEN COMPANIES PLACE SHOPPERS IN HARM'S WAY
When you purchase a product, such as denture cream, a lawn mower, toaster, an ATV including Yamaha's Rhino, you most likely don't expect the item to cause injuries. Consumers generally trust manufacturers and retailers to sell products that are safe and reliable. Unfortunately, companies sometimes place profit before safety, spending more on marketing than on safety testing.
At the Odom Law Firm, in Fayetteville, Arkansas, we represent individuals who have been injured by defective products. We strive to not only obtain fair compensation for clients like you, but also to hold negligent parties accountable for their actions. Working together, we can hold companies to a high standard of safety.
No one should be put at risk due to a defective product. Contact our product liability attorneys to start building your case.
EXPERIENCED ARKANSAS PRODUCT LIABILITY LAWYERS
In a product liability case, we must prove that a defective item caused an injury and the product is unreasonably dangerous when used for its intended purpose. Products can be defective in:
- Design - This includes inherent flaws, such as a chair designed with only three legs that tips over, causing injuries.
- Manufacturing - This includes any errors made at the time of manufacture, such as a bolt not being tightened properly.
- Marketing - Marketing defects include improper labeling, insufficient instructions or failure to warn consumers of an item's hidden dangers
At the Odom Law Firm, our firm's products liability lawyers are experienced in handling claims against manufacturers of industrial machines, automobile seat belts and air bags, food products, children's restraints and toys, and other products which cause injury or damage. We also handle pharmaceutical litigation.
Our law firm has the resources to represent you both in negotiations and in the courtroom. Utilizing engineers, design experts, manufacturing experts, other specialists and a network of fellow lawyers across the country, we will fight to obtain the compensation you deserve for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages.
HOLDING MANUFACTURERS ACCOUNTABLE - DENTURE CREAM
Millions of Americans depend on denture creams and adhesives to hold dentures in place. Yet, recent studies have revealed that excessive zinc levels in denture cream products are associated with diminishing the amount of copper in individuals' bodies. Copper deficiency can lead to serious neurological health problems. Side effects associated with copper deficiency can include:
- Loss of sensation
- Loss of strength
- Instability and poor balance
- Numbness or tingling in the extremities
If you or your loved one has experienced side effects from using denture cream, entrust our law firm to protect your legal rights. We have access to industry-leading experts, including medical experts. We can work with them to conduct a thorough investigation to determine if you or your loved one's health problems are associated with the faulty denture cream. Our law firm has the skills and resources to hold the manufacturers of Poligrip, Super Poligrip, Fixodent and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) responsible for failing to disclose the potential risks associated with denture creams.
Our law firm's product liability attorneys can help you. Contact us online or call our office locally at 479-439-9269 or toll free at 866-935-2070 to schedule a free initial consultation with a skilled lawyer.
Our firm is AV-rated* under Martindale-Hubbell's peer review rating system.
Our personal injury cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay nothing unless you recover compensation.
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