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Chain that is nearly broken

In 2014 alone, the United States had the largest commercial liability markets with over $86 billion paid in insurance premiums.When it comes to large companies who work to make a profit and pinch pennies in any way possible, it is not surprising to see that their products or devices may not work correctly.

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Gavel and scales of justice

Manufacturers must be held accountable for injuries to consumers caused by defective products. If your safety, or the safety of someone you love, is put in jeopardy by a defective product, you have the right to pursue damages.

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Man in office

Whenever you purchase a product, there is a certain expectation that it will operate as advertised and won’t cause you, or your family, any harm. But from stories on the news about lawsuits and recalls, we all know that is not always the case.

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Doctor reviewing X ray

Metal-on-metal hip replacements are by and large a big step forward for patients suffering from arthritis and other painful medical conditions. Unfortunately, with any type of medical innovation comes a long list of false starts, miscalculations, and harmful side effects.

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Scales of justice

The products we buy to make our lives easier can sometimes cause serious personal injuries when they malfunction or otherwise fail. If a defective product causes injury, there may be grounds for legal recourse.

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Doctor preparing for surgery

Every day, defective products are sold and used throughout North Carolina. And, unfortunately, the people using these products often don’t realize they’re faulty (much less dangerous) until it’s too late...

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