Our Experienced Attorneys Fight For Victims Of Dangerous Products
When everyday products are found to be more harmful than advertised, bad injuries can happen to good people. Products such as pesticides and other chemicals, protective gear, or equipment like electronic log-splitters are sometimes placed on the market without proper warning. At times manufacturing processes fail to produce products as safely as their intended design. These errors can happen when corporations fail consumers by putting unsafe products on the market. Egerton Law can help you determine your rights to seek compensation if you suffered an injury because of a dangerous product.
Young people across the country, including right here in North Carolina, have suffered lung injuries and illnesses after becoming addicted to JUUL. The makers of this dangerously addictive electronic cigarettes formulated JUUL flavors to be enticing to young non-smokers. If you or a loved one became addicted to JUUL, and have suffered serious injuries from using the product, we can help. Contact the attorneys at Egerton Law to discuss your claim by calling 336-814-2126, or use our web contact form and we will call you.
Service members and military veterans have begun to bring claims against the company 3M for defective earplugs that failed to protect their hearing. Soldiers training stateside as well as those overseas in combat zones likely used these two-sided earplugs that lacked proper instruction and warnings. With a poor design and insufficient instructions, military members commonly inserted the earplugs in such a way that their hearing was not adequately protected, leading to hearing loss, tinnitus and other residual symptoms. The attorneys at Egerton Law can help you determine if you can seek compensation from 3M for your injuries. Call our office today if you think you may have a claim.
The popular herbicide Roundup has been used for decades by those in the agricultural and landscaping industry, and by home gardeners alike. Recent information shows that studies linking Roundup to cancers such as non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) may have been hidden by company executives eager to make a profit selling the popular product. More recent studies, some of which may have been funded by Monsanto, undermine the link between Roundup and cancer. Juries who have been provided very detailed information about these studies and other evidence have awarded cancer victims billions of dollars when they were convinced that the connection between Roundup and cancer is strong enough to hold the manufacturer accountable. If you developed NHL or other cancers after regularly using Roundup, you may be entitled to compensation. An experienced products liability attorney at Egerton Law can discuss your claim with you — call Egerton Law today.