Hicks & Motto: Fighting for Justice Against Defective Products

Defective Products Case

Imagine you are eagerly waiting for a package that you ordered online. You open it with excitement, only to find that the product you received is not at all what you expected. Not only is it different from what was advertised, but it also causes harm when you use it. Your first instinct may be to reach out to the company you bought it from, but what if they refuse to take responsibility for the defective product? This is where attorneys for defective products come in.

In today’s world, we are surrounded by countless products that we use on a daily basis, from household appliances to electronic gadgets. With the increasing demand for new products, companies are constantly competing to release the newest and most innovative item on the market. However, in this race to stay ahead, some companies may overlook safety protocols and put consumers at risk. This is where Hicks & Motto, a leading law firm in Palm Beach Gardens, FL, steps in to protect the rights of consumers.

Hire Qualified Attorneys Defective Products

At Hicks & Motto, our team of experienced attorneys specializes in cases involving defective products. We understand the devastating consequences that can result from using a faulty product and are dedicated to seeking justice for our clients. But before we delve into the services we offer, let’s take a look at some eye-opening statistics on defective products in the United States.

– According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, there were over 240,000 injuries and 34 deaths related to nursery products in 2020 alone.
– The National Electronic Injury Surveillance System reported over 81,000 injuries caused by electronic products in 2019.
– In a study conducted by the Center for Justice and Democracy, it was found that defective products cause an estimated 34,000 deaths and 28.6 million injuries each year.

These numbers are not just statistics, they represent real people who have been affected by defective products. At Hicks & Motto, we believe that these numbers are unacceptable and strive to hold corporations accountable for their negligence.

What Services Do Attorneys for Defective Products Offer?

Now that we have established the severity of the issue, let’s take a closer look at the services that attorneys for defective products provide.

1. Investigation and Evaluation of the Case
When a client approaches us with a potential defective product case, our first step is to thoroughly investigate and evaluate the case. We gather evidence, interview witnesses, and consult with experts to determine the extent of the defect and its impact on the client’s life. This helps us build a strong case to present in court.

2. Negotiation and Settlement
In some cases, a settlement may be reached without going to court. Our team of skilled negotiators will work tirelessly to secure a fair settlement for our client. We understand that our clients have already been through enough and strive to make the process as stress-free as possible.

3. Litigation
If a settlement cannot be reached, our attorneys are prepared to take the case to court. With our extensive knowledge of product liability laws and experience in litigation, we are confident in our ability to fight for our clients’ rights and obtain the compensation they deserve.

FAQs about Attorneys for Defective Products:

How much does it cost to hire attorneys for defective products?

At Hicks & Motto, we work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we only get paid if we win the case. Our clients do not have to pay any upfront fees, and the percentage we take is agreed upon before we begin working on the case.

How long does it take to resolve a defective product case?

The timeline for each case varies, as it depends on factors such as the complexity of the case and whether a settlement can be reached outside of court. However, our dedicated team works efficiently to resolve cases as quickly as possible while ensuring our clients receive the best possible outcome.

If you or a loved one has been injured due to a defective product, do not hesitate to reach out to Hicks & Motto for a free consultation. Our team of attorneys for defective products is committed to fighting for justice and holding corporations accountable for their actions. Contact us today at 561-944-7856 for more information.

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