Hawaii Products Liability Lawyers
Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks in Honolulu has successfully represented many people who had been injured, or whose family members were killed as a result of unsafe or defective products. We have successfully handled cases on Oahu, Kauai, Maui and Hawaii.
Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer after a catastrophic injury or fatal accident involving products such as the following:
- Defective household appliances
- Defective medical equipment and supplies
- Roadway defects
- Unsafe agricultural chemicals
- Defective automobile parts or design
- Defective diet supplements
- Defective prescription medicines
- Defective industrial equipment
- Defective sports equipment
- Defective vaccines
- Defective fireworks
- Hotel and office building defects
- Defective power lines
- Decompression chamber defect
- Hot water heater malfunction
Sometimes, what starts out as an auto accident or workplace accident case ends up being primarily a product liability case. Through our advocacy and appeals, our law firm has been responsible for establishing key precedents in personal injury law in Hawaii. As a result, the importance of our clients' cases extends beyond the initial accident under investigation.
Our personal injury attorneys have worked hard to obtain proper and just compensation on behalf of victims of distribution and use of dangerous and defective products. Awards for pain and suffering are a large part of most verdicts and settlements achieved by the law firm.
In every case, we thoroughly investigate the nature of the injuries, the circumstances of the accident, and all sources of responsibility and liability who should rightfully compensate victims. Contact the law firm to schedule a free initial preliminary case review.
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