Wausau Defective Household Products Attorney

The average person would not automatically consider every day household products to be dangerous; however, thousands of defective products make it into unsuspecting American homes each year. A product that is manufactured and sold with defects has the potential to cause a variety of serious injuries. Another concern with defective household products is that these products are often easily accessible to children, putting them at risk for illness or injury. Depending on the product, the threat of danger may not be visibly evident. Types of liquid products may emit toxic fumes that can be very dangerous and harmful if ingested or inhaled. Other defective products that are used over a long period of time may slowly and unknowingly cause internal injuries. If you or a loved one has been injured due to a defective household product, contact an attorney to learn more about your legal options. A skilled lawyer will help you identify the defendants of your case and provide you the guidance you need as you pursue legal action against those who have caused you harm.

The Wisconsin law firm of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. offers 12 office locations throughout Wisconsin and is recognized as one of the state’s largest personal injury law firms. The Wausau defective household product lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. have been representing the victims of defective products for many years and have the experienced needed to successfully organize your lawsuit. Turn to the Wausau lawyers to recover the compensation that you deserve for your injuries. Your initial consultation is free of charge and is an opportunity to have your case evaluated. Contact the Wausau defective household products lawyers today to schedule your free consultation and learn the valuable benefits of hiring a knowledgeable attorney.

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