Wausau Defective Garage Door Opener Lawyer

Garages are often used to store much more than automobiles, including large valuable possessions such as motorcycles, boats, lawn mowers, etc. Despite the technological achievements that have been made in the last decade, the design of a garage door has not been altered much since its invention. Small springs and wires are still used to control the mechanism that raises and lowers garage doors, making it simple for the mechanism to malfunction. If the springs or wires should break, the door would be released and come crashing down on anything in the way, including property and people. If you or your property has been injured or damaged by a defective garage door opener, it is in your best interest to contact an attorney immediately to discuss your legal options. The damages caused by defective garage doors may leave you with expensive medical bills, lost wages, and lengthy recovery times. Working with an attorney may be the only way to recover the compensation that you deserve for your injuries.

The law firm of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. now offers you 12 office locations throughout the state of Wisconsin. The Wausau defective garage door opener lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. are committed to guiding you through the complicated legal process and will provide you with the extensive experience you need to take on the large manufacturing companies in court. Your initial consultation is free and gives you the opportunity to have your case evaluated by a knowledgeable attorney. Contact the Wausau defective garage door opener lawyers today to schedule your free consultation.

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