Defective products sometimes lead to liability lawsuits in Hawaii

On Behalf of | Aug 20, 2015 | Product Liability |

When a consumer is injured or killed through the normal usage of a purchased product, there may be grounds for litigation. Defective products continue to cause injury and illness to consumers in Hawaii and across the nation. It might comfort those facing such circumstances to know that there are legal professionals available who have represented clients in similar cases.

Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks are prepared to assist those who have suffered catastrophic injury, illness or the death of a loved one caused by using a purchased product that has been deemed defective. Whether your case involves use of a household appliance, sports equipment or medication, our professional legal team is able to help you determine what legal options might be available after providing an assessment of your individual case. If you or your family member has been harmed by chemicals, or a poorly designed or malfunctioning automobile part, we can help you pursue claims for liability against all parties who might be held accountable.

Through thorough investigation, we can identify all possible sources of liability in your case. We will act as your personal advocate, aggressively and effectively seeking the compensation you deserve for the damages you have sustained. We offer a free initial consultation so that you can share the details of your case with us. We can help you determine how best to proceed when considering filing a personal injury or product liability claim in a civil court.

At Cronin, Fried, Sekiya, Kekina & Fairbanks, you can be assured that we will fight to help you obtain the maximum compensation possible in your case. Our law firm has helped establish key precedents for personal injury law in the state of Hawaii. If you or your loved one has suffered adverse effects after using defective products, you are entitled to pursue litigation against any and all parties responsible for your injuries or illness. You can take a first step in the process by contacting our office to schedule an appointment.