Holding Manufacturers Responsible For Their Defective Products

Manufacturers can be held accountable when their products are shown to be unreasonably dangerous or defective. Other parties in the chain can also be held responsible for injuries such as distributors and retailers of unsafe products or doctors who implant defective medical devices.

The Law Office of John W. Redmann, L.L.C., in Gretna, Louisiana, has the resources and proven capacity for product liability litigation. Our lawyers have brought successful lawsuits against manufacturers and sellers, as well as companion suits against physicians and hospitals for malpractice. Our goal is full compensation for the medical, financial and personal aftermath of bad products.

Our Experienced Attorneys Know How to Get Results

Our law firm has served injury victims in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana for more than 20 years. We can evaluate your possible product liability claims for injuries caused by:

  • Machinery or equipment in workplace accidents
  • Medical products such as transvaginal/surgical mesh or metal-on-metal hip or knee replacements
  • Vehicle defects in motor vehicle accidents
  • Defective design in plane crashes
  • Other products that pose a threat to consumer safety (adults or children)
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Because it would be prohibitively complex and expensive to prove that manufacturers knew of defects, it is only necessary to show that the product is dangerous when used in a reasonable and foreseeable way. Even then, it requires sophisticated representation to demonstrate a design defect, a manufacturing flaw or a failure to warn.

Establishing Product Liability

The Law Office of John W. Redmann, L.L.C., is willing to invest in experts who can inspect the product and attest to its inherent dangers. We aim for a fair settlement, but John W. Redmann and his team are prepared to take any case to trial. We also handle medical malpractice litigation, including lawsuits against physicians for recommending medical devices with known defects or for negligence in surgical implantation of medical products.

For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation with a New Orleans product liability attorney, contact us online or call (504) 500-5000 today.

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