Product Liability Attorneys

As consumers we have certain expectations of the products we purchase. One of them is that we aren’t injured by these products. The companies who make such defective products may be cutting corners in order to increase profits and often regard the occasional injury as simply the cost of doing business.

If you are injured while using any product, you have rights. The Law Offices of Young & Nichols are here to protect those rights and to hold accountable the companies and corporations whose product or products have caused you or a loved one to be injured. We pride ourselves on keeping our clients educated on their rights and on keeping them fully informed at every step of the legal process.

California Defective Product Lawyers

At the Law Offices of Young & Nichols, we only get paid if you get paid. Your fight is our fight, and your battle is our battle. We have decades of experience representing clients who have been injured by automobiles in rollover cases, by agricultural equipment including power-punches; by office equipment such as paper shredders, and many, many other types of cases.

Lack of product safety can potentially affect everyone. We have extensive experience taking corporations of all sizes to task for the irresponsible choices they made when making and selling a product. If you have been injured in the course of using a product you have rights, many you may not be fully aware of. Defective products can turn your world upside down, and we can make sure to put it right again by holding these cold, indifferent firms accountable for you.

Contact Our Firm’s Central Valley Product Safety Attorneys

If you have been injured by a product and believe you need to speak to a lawyer, we can provide you with the legal advice you need to defend your rights. To schedule a free and confidential initial consultation with one of our accident attorneys, call us at 661-861-7911 or contact us online.

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