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Pennsylvania Defective Product Lawyer

As a Pennsylvania Consumer, you expect a product to be safe when purchased and assume that the product met governmental or industry standards for safety. Unfortunately, standards may be lacking or inadequate for the product or machine causing the harm. If you or a loved one have been wrongfully injured or killed by a dangerous or defective product, call me, Joseph Monaco, Pennsylvania defective product lawyer, to learn how my over 25 years of experience as a Second Generation trial lawyer can be put to use for you.

Despite measures to protect Pennsylvania Consumers, harm caused by defective products (including tools, toys, industrial equipment, autos, medical equipment etc.) occurs to frequently. The fact that many products are made in other countries like China or Mexico only compounds these problems. And with growing economies worldwide, the number of global manufacturers is likely to increase. This creates jurisdictional dilemmas. Lawsuits often have to be filed against companies without any facilities or offices in the United States. Experience handling these type of cases is important for success.

Pennsylvania products and machines that may be defective:

  • Industrial Equipment
  • All Terrain Vehicles
  • Snowmobile Accidents
  • Truck underride protection
  • Auto crash worthiness
  • Defective auto parts
  • Tire defects
  • Defective airbags
  • Child toys
  • Car seats
  • Farm equipment
  • Saws and other carpentry equipment
  • Medication
  • Medical equipment
  • Amusement rides
  • Playground equipment
  • Transvaginal mesh

Contact A Skilled Pennsylvania Defective Product Lawyer Today

Call or text me, Joseph Monaco, at 215-546-3166 for a Free Consultation and the No Recovery, No Fee Guarantee. As a Pennsylvania Trial Lawyer following in my father’s footsteps, I am motivated to keep up his long tradition of taking on the big corporations and insurance companies on behalf of the underdog.

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