Injured By A Dangerous Or Defective Product?
When you buy a car, tool, appliance or new sports equipment, you trust that the product has gone through rigorous safety checks and testing. However, many dangerous products make it onto the shelves of your local stores. If you or your family member has sustained a serious injury due to a defective product, seek legal counsel.
If you were hurt by a defective product in Bozeman or elsewhere in Montana, Ramler Law Office, P.C. can help you secure full and fair financial compensation for your injuries from an unsafe product.
From Firearms To Snowmobiles
Recreational activities and tourism help make Montana the great state it is. Whether you are hunting, hiking or snowmobiling, a dangerous product can quickly disrupt a fun time when someone gets hurt. If you or someone close to you was injured by any of the following products, our firm can help:
- Defective gun or other firearm
- Remington 700 Series Bolt Action Rifle
- Power tools
- ATVs and snowmobiles
- Industrial machinery
Our experienced personal injury lawyers handle a range of injuries related to these types of products that stem from defective design, negligent design and product recalls.
Farm Equipment Injuries
The state of Montana is home to many successful farms and ranches. Unfortunately, defective farm equipment, such as augers, balers and tractors can cause serious injuries and even wrongful death. These injuries are often the result of design defects, manufacturing mistakes and other errors.
What Makes A Product Defective?
When a product fails to perform its intended function, or causes someone to suffer unexpected injuries, it is likely because it is defective. For example, someone accidentally hurting themselves with a chainsaw is not a defective injury. However, if the chain breaks due to poor manufacturing and causes the user to get hurt, that may qualify for a defective product claim.
When Products Cause Injuries, We Are Here For You
* Our services are free of charge until we recover compensation for your injury.