Chicago’s Product Liability and Defective Product Lawyer
Illinois Products Liability law creates the greatest incentive for manufacturers and distributors of products to put safety in the forefront. We have seen the devastation that unreasonably dangerous products can cause and we are dedicated to provide the highest degree of professional service and counseling to our clients to guide them through this process and achieve the fairest possible remedy under the law.
Illinois Products Liability law holds manufacturers and distributors of products responsible for injuries that occur due to improper design, improper manufacture and improper warning. Therefore while this body of law provides a remedy for people who are unfortunately injured as a result of unreasonably dangerous products, it is also a great incentive to get the people responsible for making and selling these products to start thinking properly about safety. Analyzing who may be responsible for an injury caused by an unreasonably dangerous product takes a great deal of experience and knowledge in the area of Illinois Product Liability law. Any person or entity along the chain of distribution can be responsible.
The partners of the Chicago Law firm of Taxman, Pollock, Murray & Bekkerman, LLC, have more than 75 years of collective experience in handling cases of this nature. We strive to provide top-notch representation of consumers and working men and women who are forced to encounter or be exposed to hazardous and dangerous products in the course of their employment or in their every day lives. If you have suffered serious injury as the result of the use or exposure to a hazardous product, the Chicago, IL attorneys at Taxman, Pollock, Murray & Bekkerman, LLC, can help you make informed decisions about your legal rights. As our client, we are proud of the fact that a team of legal professionals and investigators who are dedicated to your cause will back you. Please call us today at 312-586-1700 or contact us via email for a free, no-obligation consultation.