Defective baby formula can cause serious injuries and even possibly kill infants. Unfortunately, there are regular recalls for defective baby formula in the United States. If you have any legal questions about possible defective baby formula, call us for help. For a free legal consultation, please fill out the online contact form or call (866) 232-5777.
Who is liable for my child’s defective baby formula injury?
If your child was hurt by defective baby formula there are three possible liable parties. First, the manufacturer of the product may be liable. Second, the wholesaler of the defective baby formula may be liable. Third, the retailer who sold the defective product may also be liable. The liable party in a product liability lawsuit may be responsible for medical bills, pain and suffering, or possibly even punitive damages.
What if my child died from defective baby formula?
If your infant lost their life from defective baby formula, you may be considering a defective baby formula lawsuit. When children are killed by defective products, the large corporations that made that product should be held responsible. Too many companies are negligent and release defective products onto the market.
For a free legal consultation on defective baby formula lawsuits, simply fill out the online consultation form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.
Should I file a class action lawsuit for defective baby formula?
Class action lawsuits for defective baby formula are not common. But that doesn’t mean a defective baby formula class action lawsuit will never happen. Class action lawsuits allow many claimants to file a lawsuit against the same party. There is an alternative to class action lawsuits called multidistrict litigation (MDL). You have options on how to file your potential defective baby formula lawsuit.
If my baby formula was recalled, is it dangerous?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration does not approve baby formulas before they are sold on the market. Baby formulas sold in the United States must only follow nutritional guidelines. The lack of oversight and regulation often leads to recalled baby formula in the United States. Those defective baby formulas may have injured children before they were recalled.
Can I afford a defective baby formula lawyer?
Woods & Woods defective baby formula lawyers never charge a penny unless you win. If we win, our defective product lawyer’s fee is a percentage of the settlement and case expenses. If you lose your defective baby formula lawsuit, you owe us nothing. Woods & Woods never asks for money upfront and we don’t bill by the hour.
Why should I call Woods & Woods?
Since 1985, Woods & Woods has aggressively represented injured people and their families. In that time, we have successfully represented thousands of injured victims. Our lawyer’s experience and dedication help our clients win their cases. We offer free legal consultations to anyone. Call us today and explore your legal options.