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Product Liability Lawyers

Serving Injured Consumers in the Inland Empire & the Surrounding Areas

If you have been injured by a product, either physically or financially, due to a defect in the product’s manufacture and/or design, you may be entitled to full recovery for your injuries from the manufacturer and/or seller of the product through a product liability claim.

Bringing a successful product liability suit – whether as an individual suit or through a class action involving similarly injured plaintiffs – can be a challenging endeavor requiring extensive investigation into the product itself, but the product liability attorneys at McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP are up to the task. We have decades of experience and have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation for victims across the Inland Empire and elsewhere who have been injured and damaged by defective products.

For a free review of your case, call (909) 345-8110. We can answer your questions and help you understand your options.

Common Types of Product Liability Claims

Tens of thousands of Americans are killed by defective products each year, and many more are injured, resulting in expensive emergency room visits and hospitalizations, decreased mobility and ability to work, and pain and suffering that can last for months and even years. Although some injuries occur due to a victim’s lack of care or another person’s negligence, manufacturers and sellers are strictly liable for injuries that are caused due to a defect in the design or manufacture of a product.

Common product liability claims include injuries involving:

  • Automobiles
  • Motorcycles, ATVs, and bicycles
  • Exercise and gym gear/equipment
  • Power tools
  • Kitchen and home appliances
  • Electronics
  • Nursery and other children’s products
  • Defective drugs and medical devices

If you believe you have been injured due to a defect in a product, it may be in your best interests to involve an product liability lawyer who can investigate the situation, collect relevant evidence regarding your injuries, and begin the process of recovery.

$5.5 Million

For injuries in van rollover product failure accident

Proven Results in Class Actions & Product Liability Suits

Although many lawyers and law firms advertise their services in bringing product liability suits, your responsibility as an injured victim is to select the attorneys you can trust to recover the full compensation you are owed. McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP has built its reputation in the Inland Empire as a premiere complex litigation firm because we have consistently won considerable verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients.

For 15 years, McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP lawyers have successfully represented clients who sustained life-altering injuries or have lost family members due to a defective product. It has handled more than 25 cases where it has obtained more than $1 million for clients in product liability cases. These cases include devastating injury or death was caused by cars or SUV’s that had a propensity to rollover, seatbelts that unlatched, seatback failures, fires caused by gas tank failure, unacceptable roof crush in rollover accidents, sudden unintended acceleration, and other car and SUV failures.

McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP also had extensive experience in product liability cases involving boats and other watercraft. Those successes include a $4.25 million verdict on behalf of a client injured in a boat accident, multiple successful recoveries for clients losing children due to carbon monoxide poisoning from idling boat engines, and fires in personal watercraft.

Not only has McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP successfully obtained monetary compensation in product liability cases, in certain cases it has helped clients pass laws, set up non-profit educational funds, and force manufacturers to change their manufacturing designs in connection with the litigation.

We also have successfully obtained significant monetary compensation for clients involving failed medical products, where the failure was caused by the manufacturer. That successfully experience includes faulty hip implants, knee implants, mesh implants and a number of injuries or deaths caused by dangerous medicines.

If you have a potential product liability case, please contact the product liability lawyers at McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP. It is likely we have successfully handled a similar case and will be glad to share our experience and history of success in your type of case.

Ready to find out how we can help you? Call (909) 345-8110 to arrange your free case evaluation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here Are A Few Common Questions
  • What does product liability mean?

    “Product liability” refers to the obligation manufacturers have to design, produce, and advertise products that are safe for consumer use. When an individual is financially or physically harmed by a product, the manufacturer can be held accountable for the damages.

    How do I know if I have a claim?

    If an injury occurred due to a design defect, manufacturing defect, improper instruction, a lack of instruction, false advertisement, or another product issue, the manufacturer is liable. A claim is not available to those who were injured as a result of deliberately using the product in a way it was not intended to be used or to those who exercised a lack of care.

    What do I do if I was injured as a result of an automobile defect?

    Automobile product liability cases and class action suits are available to individuals who have been harmed due to a poorly designed or manufactured car, truck, or motorcycle part. Common claims involve faulty seat belts, brakes, tires, fuel systems, and other vital mechanical parts. A lawsuit can be brought against the manufacturer to seek full and fair compensation and hold them accountable for their negligence, preventing similar injuries in the future.

    Who is liable if I am injured by a defective product?

    Manufacturers are strictly liable for the design, production, and advertising of their consumer products. Claims against manufacturers are usually handled by the company’s liability insurance provider.