Over the years, we’ve found that so many people who had valid claims didn’t realize just how valid their claims were. They might have that they could have a case, but couldn’t imagine reaching out to an injury attorney, thinking that they wouldn’t have had a prayer of getting any compensation for it. What we can tell someone who’s wondering about whether or not they have a personal injury case. It doesn’t hurt to ask. Really. There’s no downside to reaching out to our firm. The worst thing that can happen: after sitting down with you, going over your case at length, a Los Angeles CA injury attorney from our firm could determine that you don’t have a case after all. That pales in comparison to what you could get: compensation for all of your injuries.
When you buy something, you don’t believe it’s going to hurt you. That’s true for people, commercial enterprises, and pretty much everything else. Should you buy something that ends up hurting you through no fault of your own, you could deserve compensation for it. When a company sells a defective product that leads to injury, justice has to be done. That “justice” typically is compensation for everything that you have to go through.
Some people, when they hear this, might think: “well, that sounds good, but I don’t really know if my case is going to work like that.” In these kinds of cases, you can receive compensation for your injuries, but you’re ultimately also doing good for the community at large, too. When a company has to pay out a lot of compensation for someone being injured by one of their products, they tend to stop doing what they were doing. They change their actions, which could potentially keep someone else from being injured in the future. Or, alternatively, .they might cease business altogether - which can also help keep people from getting injured, too.
Something important to keep in mind: if you’re injured by a defective product, you do have rights. You can reach out to our firm and we’ll go over your case to figure out a future course of action. You don’t have to sit there and “take it.” You don’t have to just worry about it, or pay for all of your medical bills yourself. When something like this happens, there are proactive actions you can take to make this difficult time a bit easier.
When we tell people that they could receive compensation for defective parts, they tend to not realize how many different kinds of defects fall under this heading. For example, drugs that hurt people would absolutely fit as “defects.” A drug that doesn’t heal health conditions, but rather causes serious negative ones. Like strokes, high blood pressure, diabetes, or even heart attacks and organ damage. It is exactly the kind of thing that you can receive compensation for. We’ve helped many people who were harmed by defective medicine to receive all of the compensation that they deserve.
By that same token, one other kind of defective item that we encounter all too often from our clients: defective auto parts. These are parts that you rely on for safe operation of your vehicle, yet, unfortunately, they’ve made safe operation impossible. Obviously, this includes defective tires, air bags, fuel systems, seatbelts and more, but it also includes roofs that are weaker than they should be. A door that fails when you need it, side-impact protection that’s inadequate at best - that kind of thing.
These sorts of defects are just some of those that can lead to serious injuries. When you’ve been hurt by these or other kinds of defective parts, you owe it to yourself as well as those who count on you in life to get as much compensation as possible for your injuries.
You might have read the last section of this blog and thought: “hmm, auto companies, pharmaceutical companies… Those are some of the wealthiest corporations in the world. How can I possibly take them on to get compensation for my injuries?” The truth is that, to do so, you need a law firm that has experience in doing exactly that.
See, here at the LA Injury Group, we have experience in going against some of the biggest companies there are. It comes down to experience, resources, and other factors. We have the resources to go toe to toe with these kinds of companies. So that you can receive the kind of representation that gives you an advantage. To learn more about how we can help your claim, schedule a free consultation with us at (818) 240-1800. From there, we’ll figure out how we can best serve you.