Accountability. Sometimes you have to fight for it.
Trust: it’s the backbone of the consumer age. Without it, what do you have as a consumer? You have a reasonable expectation that a product, or service, will work as advertised. That it will be free of manufacturing defects, and certainly that it will not threaten your safety. Unfortunately, sometimes, that trust is violated...and the expectation is not met. Design defects, safety errors and shortcuts, or a failure by the manufacturer to provide proper warning regarding a product or service’s use... when these things happen, it’s the responsibility of the manufacturer and/or distributor to be accountable.
Sadly, voluntary accountability is not as prevalent as one would hope, and when you or a loved one is in need of remedy due to a defective product, it’s time to call a product liability attorney. Our team at Rossman, Baumberger, Reboso & Spier have represented many clients who have suffered injuries, or worse, due to design and manufacturing defects, unsafe consumer products, defective motor vehicles, dangerous drug and medical devices, aircraft defects, firearms, and off-road vehicles.
Our expertise and dedication to our clients has secured several multi-million dollar awards and settlements, including $3 million for an air cargo employee who lost his arm due to a defect in an airplane, a $1.5 million settlement for a laborer injured by a defectively designed automobile, as well as substantial confidential settlements.
Companies need to be held accountable, and we’re the firm to help you enforce that accountability.