Practice Areas

Texarkana Products Liability Attorney

Defective Consumer and Industrial Products

Defective or dangerous products injure thousands of people each year in the United States. The injuries they cause can be severe and can include electrocution, loss of sight or hearing, amputation and death. If you or a family member have suffered an injury because of a defective product, contact a lawyer with product liability experience.

The attorneys at Mercy Carter, L.L.P., have handled product liability cases for decades. Representing both plaintiffs and defendants, we understand the importance of the technical information involved in these cases, so we work with experts to help build a strong argument on your behalf. To discuss your product liability claim, please call our Texarkana, Texas, office at (903) 794-9419.

Technical Details Are the Key

Product liability cases require mechanical and engineering knowledge. That is why we work with engineers and human factors experts to determine the product's flaw and offer alternatives for a safer design. They can testify about the defect and how it caused your injury.

Defective product claims include design flaws, manufacturing defects, poor instructions or inadequate warnings, warranty claims and failure to make necessary modifications.

We have handled numerous claims of dangerous or defective products, including:

  • Industrial machinery and equipment
  • Guns and ammunition (including military weapons)
  • Deer stands
  • Pressure cookers and grills
  • Cribs and car seats
  • Vehicles and four-wheelers

You Need Experienced Legal Help

Settling a products liability claim can be complicated. An experienced attorney can help you identify the companies responsible for manufacturing, distributing and/or selling the product or components that injured you. If those companies have been sold, merged, or spun off, we can identify the successor that would bear the responsibility.

To make an appointment, please call (903) 794-9419 or send us an e-mail. We represent injury victims in Texas and Arkansas.