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Minnesota Defective Product Lawyers

Corporations have a responsibility to design and manufacture safe products, and to provide clear instructions and warnings for the people who use them. If you’ve been injured by a defective product, you have legal rights. At Fields Law Firm, we’re here to lead you through the claims process so you can get the compensation you’re owed for your injuries and get back to work.

Our personal injury lawyers want to help you move on from your injuries. We’re here to answer questions about your claim. The call is free. The advice is free. Just dial 1-888-343-5375 or fill out our free initial contact request form and Get Fields!

3 Types of Product Defects

There are three common types of product defects that result in personal injury:

  1. Design Defects
    Products can cause injuries when designers fail to include necessary safety features or anticipate possible dangers when used as directed.
  2. Manufacturing Defects
    Mistakes during manufacturing or defects in a product’s materials or workmanship can cause failures resulting in serious injuries.
  3. Improper Warnings or Instructions
    Printed warnings must alert consumers to possible safety hazards, and instructions should explain how to operate products safely.

If you were injured by a defective product, we’ll take the time to understand what happened to you and answer your questions. Our defective product lawyers can investigate your injuries and help you get the compensation you need to cover your medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses.

Get the Legal Help You Deserve

At Fields Law, we can even help you file a third-party claim for your pain and suffering if a product hurt you while on the job. Contact Fields Law today. Your call is free, and we’re here to listen.

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