Defective Products

North Carolina Product Liability Attorneys

Dangerous and Defective Products Can Cause Injuries

Manufacturers, distributors, and sellers of poorly designed or defective equipment may be held responsible for injuries and death resulting from the product’s use. Demonstrating that a hazardous product was responsible for an accident, however, requires putting complex, technical information into a simple, clear, and compelling form that members of a jury will understand.

At Comerford Chilson & Moser, L.L.P., our North Carolina product liability attorneys have successfully represented clients against large insurance companies, corporate giants, the federal government, and foreign governments and companies in product liability cases. 

& Settlements

Our Team Approach Adds Value
  • $18.5 Million Settlement

    Pediatric Burns

  • $10.4 Million Verdict

    Halo Screw Penetrated Skull 1.8 cm

  • $9.5 Million Verdict

    Birth Injury

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Not every case will result in a settlement or judgment for the plaintiff. However, the initial consultation is free, and you will only pay an attorney fee if we help you obtain a recovery.

Call us directly at (336) 568-8779 or complete our online contact form to get started on your case. 

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