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​Hold Product Makers Accountable For Your Injury

When someone puts their product on the market, we as a society hold them to high standards of safety. Manufacturers are expected to make products that are safe for us to use. Unfortunately, this does not always happen, and when someone is injured by a product or medical device, they need an experienced lawyer to fight for their rights.

Craig Lewis of The Lewis Law Firm has more than 47 years dedicated to earning the best possible outcomes for our clients. He knows how hard manufacturers and their insurance companies will fight to keep from paying you what you deserve, and he is not afraid to take your case before a jury to get what you need to recover.

“Common tactics include offering you a quick settlement that is far less than what you are entitled to, or even attempting to shift the blame to you.”

– Craig Lewis

There is even the possibility that you are not aware that your injury was a result of a
product defect or malfunction. Some examples include:

  • Another driver’s brakes failing, causing an accident
  • Prescription drugs and medicine-based injuries
  • Inhaling or ingesting dangerous products
  • Defective car seats for babies and children and restraint systems
  • Dangerous toys and playground equipment
  • Amusement park rides
  • Defective household products, coffee makers, blenders, vacuum cleaners, etc.
  • Faulty protective equipment
  • Machinery
  • Defective electrical and/or plumbing systems

The Lewis Law Firm has a successful record in litigation against some of the largest manufacturing companies in the world. We are not afraid of the corporate name on the door or the number of lawyers they bring to court.

We can help you identify the product defect, then help you recover the money damages you are entitled to under the law. By holding manufacturers accountable for their defective products, you can be proud of preventing similar accidents and injuries to others when the manufacturer either quits making the product or changes the product so that it is safe.

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Call our office at 713-231-9270​, or email us here. Schedule your initial consultation so we can discuss your options today.