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Electronics are becoming a big part of everyday life for all of us, thus widening the range of problems associated with them. More and more companies worldwide are manufacturing electrical products, many with little or no regulation, and shipping them to the United States.
Electronic products include computers, cell phones, radios, fans and air conditioners, microwaves and anything that uses electricity in some form or another. The more we use these electronic products, the better the odds something may happen. These items can have faulty wiring, inferior products, or are poorly manufactured, making them extremely dangerous and open to fire or electrocution for their users.
Unfortunately, many of these products make it to stores locally and, unbeknownst to the consumer, are inferior in design and manufacture, making them dangerous. If a product is made in another country you may think you have no recourse. That’s where the Personal Injury lawyers at Tully Rinckey can help. We have experience with the laws that apply to your case and will not only determine who is at fault, but who should be liable for the damage. No matter how big the company, our lawyers will actively and aggressively work on your behalf.
Our Albany personal injury attorneys offer free initial consultations to potential clients, so we can meet and discuss your case in person. If your or a loved one is the victim of a malfunctioning or faulty medical device, call Tully Rinckey today at 1-888-529-4543 to set up a free meeting to discuss your case.
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