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Tennessee personal
injury law practice with
extensive statewide and
national experience on
cases ranging from
common automobile
accidents to class-action
prescription drug
800 S. Gay Street, Ste. 700
Knoxville, TN 37929
1626 Hollywood Drive
Jackson, TN 38305
731.664.9550 | 855.668.0007
Statewide Practice
toll free
Because consumers do not have the time and/or training to screen every
product for safety flaws, we have to hold product manufacturers liable for
the products they put out on the shelves.  Under the law, they are
responsible for ensuring that their product does not cause damage to the
consumer (who must work under the assumption that what is allowed to
be on the shelf has been properly designed and manufactured).  

Any type of product has the potential for harm if improperly designed or
manufactured, including automobiles,
appliances, over-the-counter drugs,  and even toys.  Sometimes
concerns over costs will lead a manufacturer to cut corners with regard
to safety and other times products are simply designed without adequate
attention given to the potential for injury, even when the product is used
precisely as was intended.

Those who can be found liable for a defective product are the
manufacturers, the wholesalers, the manufacturers of component parts,
the assembling manufacturers, the retail store owners, and any other
entities that facilitate the defective product getting to the consumer.

To prove that a product is actually defective, the plaintiff must
demonstrate that the product is defective based on either its design,
manufacturing, and/or marketing.  A design flaw exists before the product
made it to
manufacturing.  A manufacturing flaw happens while the product is being
produced.  A marketing defect arises from improper instruction with
regard to proper use of the product or failure to warn of potential

We handle many types of products liability claims, but here are some

  • Medical devices
  • Toxic chemicals (Pesticides, Asbestos, Mold, etc.)
  • Automobiles (including Tires, Seat Belts, Airbags, etc.)
  • Machinery
  • Recreational vehicles and equipment
  • Household appliances
  • Tools
  • Toys
  • Clothing and apparel

Our fee comes from the compensation, settlement, or award we procure
for you, so we do not receive a fee unless and until you are compensated.
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