Pittsburgh Defective Products Attorneys
Helping Injured Clients in Allegheny County & Throughout Western PA Who Were Injured By Defective Products
As consumers, we place a lot of trust in the safety of products we buy every day. In a perfect world, every product we use and buy is fit for use, safe and free from defects.
But in reality, people all across the country are injured by dangerous products that were poorly designed, improperly manufactured or inadequately labeled. In fact, an average of six products are recalled every day in the United States because they are found to be harmful.
Fortunately, legal recourse options are available to victims and their families.
From Dangerous Toys To Defective Drugs—We Have Handled All Types Of Cases
At Goodrich & Geist, P.C., we have been helping individuals recover for injuries sustained from defective products for decades. We’ve successfully represented individuals and families who have been harmed by defective products such as:
- Motorcycles and ATVs
- Medical devices
- Household goods
- Product mislabeling
For answers to Frequently Asked Questions about defective product and product liability claims in Pittsburgh, PA, see the Goodrich & Geist, P.C. defective products FAQ page.
Even A “Smoking Gun” Scenario Requires The Need For A Skilled Legal Professional
Some situations involving harmful products may seem straightforward—such as glass particles found inside a processed food container that caused extreme physical harm after ingesting. But this area of law is complex—regardless of the clear cut nature of the incident.
At Goodrich & Geist, P.C., we know the law, employ a wide range of proven tactics and work with highly experienced technical experts to help prove your claim.
Reach Out To Our lawyers. Call 412-766-1455.
If you or a loved one was injured from a product, reach out to us — even if you’re unsure if you have a claim. Our highly trained Pittsburgh attorneys can examine your case and explain potential options under the law. Our attorneys serve injured clients in Western Pennsylvania, including Allegheny County, Beaver County, Butler County, Westmoreland County, Washington County and Erie County.