At Martin & Helms, we represent individuals who have been injured as a result of a dangerous or unsafe product that was designed, manufactured, sold, and/or furnished by a person or company.
Our attorneys have experience litigating cases involving defective medical devices, dangerous pharmaceutical drugs, defective auto products, defective household products and machinery, non-flame retardant furniture, and many other products. If you have been injured as a result of using a defective product, contact our products liability attorneys at Martin & Helms P.C.
Our firm handles a wide range of claims for medical, automotive, and personal products that have injured people. Some of these products and problems are listed here.
- Defective Industrial machinery
- Dangerous Water sport products
- Osmo Prep
- Defective bone plates
- Defective screws in implants
- Child safety seat dangers
- Appliance defects
- Lawn care machinery defects
- Gas heater explosions
- Defective seat belt
- Defective airbag
- Tire blowout
- Auto defects
- Non-flame retardant upholstery
- Recreational vehicle defects
- Defective Surgical Staples
Our defective products practice also includes extensive work in the area of recalled pharmaceutical and over-the-counter drugs and medical devices. We have been involved in a number of mass tort actions against pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers. If you suspect that you or a loved one has been injurered by a defective drug or medical device, we will gladly evaluate your situation. We will review and litigate cases for people injured by defective products or drugs.
Contact an Alabama products liability lawyer if you have been injured as a result of using a defective or dangerous product such as a drug, medical device, an automotive product, or household equipment. We can evaluate your case, and help you obtain compensation for your injuries. We offer a free initial consultation, and accept products liability cases on a contingent fee basis.
If a loved one has been injured, CONTACT US ONLINE. OR CALL US AT 256-539-1990, or toll free at 877-539-1990 to set up a free consultation.