Holidays are a wonderful time to partake in many annual traditions like stringing lights outside of your home and setting up lawn decorations. While you may be eager to celebrate, holiday decorations may be dangerous and are still susceptible to defects. If you have been harmed due to a defective holiday decoration, whether it be a defective design, manufacturing defect, or marketing defect, you may be able to pursue compensatory damages for the economic and non-economic losses you suffered due to negligence.
At the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, we have over a century of combined experience, helping secure millions for personal injury victims. As a compassionate and experienced legal team, we make you and your family our priority, fighting for the complete compensation you deserve. We take a comprehensive approach to building your claim from initial consultation to negotiating with insurance companies on your behalf. Let us guide you throughout the legal process while you focus on recovery.
Defective Holiday Decorations
Defective holiday decor may be dangerous. Over 173,000 victims were injured from 2007 to 2016 due to Christmas trees, lights, and other holiday decorations, requiring emergency medical treatment. If you’ve been harmed by a defective holiday decoration, you may seek compensatory damages in the form of a product liability claim.
There are varying types of product liability claims you may pursue, including:
A product may be faulty even before it is manufactured. Product designers have a responsibility to ensure that the products are safe to use by consumers by the intended purpose and intended age.
A product may develop defects during manufacturing. Any missteps during this phase may lead to significant injuries. Inadequate testing or inspection may also cause harm.
Defective marketing occurs when there is improper labeling and instructions on the product to adequately warn consumers of the potential risk of using their product. Manufacturers may be held liable for damages related to defective marketing.
At the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, we are well-versed in handling even the most complex product liability claim. We begin by comprehensively investigating your claim, gathering valuable evidence, interviewing witnesses, and building a robust case on your behalf. We aggressively advocate for the complete compensation you deserve for the harm you have incurred due to manufacturing negligence.
Liability in a Defective Holiday Decor Claim
With the experienced product liability lawyers at the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, you may be able to determine which parties contributed to or caused your defective holiday decor injuries. To demonstrate liability, you hold the burden of proof to provide evidence of negligence. Your product liability lawyer may build a claim by analyzing how responsible parties failed to uphold their legal duty of care or if the product was inherently dangerous.
The following are parties that may be held liable in a product liability claim for defective holiday decor:
- Defective product parts manufacturer
Compensatory damages may be recovered in a successful product liability claim, which may include medical expenses, lost wages, and other injury-related expenses. We assess the complete value of your product liability claim and fight for the maximum recovery you deserve. At the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, we guide you through the claims process, offering legal guidance every step of the way so you may obtain a favorable outcome.
Contact the Experienced Product Liability Lawyers at the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe
If you are injured due to defective holiday decor, speak with the experienced product liability lawyers at the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe. We have over a century of experience protecting the legal rights of victims affected by personal injury. Let us fight for the complete monetary compensation you deserve.
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