Appliances Injuries

After an Appliance Injury: The Right Legal Team to Win You Full Compensation

When we buy something, we expect it to work, and to be safe.

Unfortunately, though most appliances sold in the US are safe and reliable to use, many items still prove very unsafe, injuring thousands of children and adults every year.

The most common problem with a faulty or defective appliance is its electrical wiring or electrical components, which can result in electrical shocks, fires or explosions.

Common types of faulty appliances include:

  • Air conditioners
  • Ceiling fans
  • Coffee makers
  • Cooking appliances, such as can openers, blenders, crock pots, fryers, hotplates and waffle irons
  • Curling irons, straighteners and hair dryers
  • Dishwashers
  • Electrical items, such as electric blankets, heating pads, fans, knives, stoves, ranges, razors, shavers, space heaters, and water heaters
  • Refrigerators and freezers
  • Furnaces
  • Garage door openers
  • Gas-powered appliances, such as boilers, dryers, furnaces, ranges, stoves, and heaters
  • Irons
  • Lamps
  • Microwaves
  • Ovens, stoves and/or ranges
  • Radiators
  • Sewing machines
  • Smoke alarms
  • Steam irons
  • Toasters and toaster ovens
  • Wall ovens
  • Washing machines and dryers
  • Water kettles

DEALING WITH A DEFECTIVE APPLIANCE: THE RIGHT LEGAL TEAM TO CREATE A STRONG APPLIANCE INJURY CLAIM

An appliance injury case can be complex. It can be difficult to prove that the defective product was the direct cause of your injuries, particularly if the product has not yet been recalled. The claim will also need to establish whether the appliance designer, manufacturer, importer, distributor or retailer is the liable party.

Our dedicated appliance injuries lawyers will review your case and use their legal experience and skills to build the strongest possible claim. We are skilled at dealing with the arguments and defenses of product manufacturers, suppliers and distributors.

We have handled numerous appliance injuries cases, including those involving:

  • Defective product design, assembly or construction
  • Incorrect installation or repair
  • No warning label
  • Low or misrepresented safety standards
  • Faulty maintenance
  • Hazardous materials (such as lead or asbestos)
  • Inadequate testing of product

THE APPLIANCE INJURY CLAIM PROCESS: PHILADELPHIA ATTORNEYS YOU CAN TRUST

Gay, Chacker & Mittin’s appliance injury attorneys have decades of experience helping people injured by defective products.

We will research every detail of the defective appliance that caused your injuries, then use our proven negotiation strategies to build a winning product liability/appliance injury claim for you.

We will fully investigate all possible causes of your injuries, gathering all necessary medical records and calling expert testimony as needed to further build your claim. Our conscientious medical experts will evaluate all medical evidence to build a stronger claim for cause of injuries, while an appliance expert will study the appliance itself to find the exact cause of the defect.

Our personal injury lawyers have been successfully winning appliance injuries compensation for the people of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland and surrounding areas since 1965. We will work hard to win you maximum compensation and to recover your lost income and benefits, medical expenses, family losses, and pain and suffering.

Contact us now to learn more about how we can help and to talk to a Philadelphia appliance injuries attorney. There is no risk or obligation. We charge you no legal fees unless we recover financial compensation for you.

Call us today at 1-800-LAW-4030 for a free consultation with an appliance injuries lawyer, and start recovering your losses.