What if my child was injured?
If your child was injured from a defective baby monitor you may consider a defective baby monitor lawsuit. As parents, we rely on baby monitors to know that our children are safe. Unfortunately, sometimes manufacturers make mistakes when designing or manufacturing baby monitors. If the baby monitor your family was using is defective, you may be owed a settlement for any injuries that occurred.
Who will be held liable?
Defective product lawsuits are generally against the manufacturer, retailer, or wholesaler. Often anyone involved in the distribution chain can be liable for a defective product. Each case is different and liability shifts from case to case.
For a free legal consultation on defective baby monitor lawsuits, simply fill out the online consultation form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.
How long do I have to file a lawsuit?
You only have a limited amount of time to file a defective baby monitor lawsuit. Statutes of limitations are essentially legal deadlines in which time you must file a lawsuit. There are lots of factors that can affect your time to file a lawsuit. Thing such as when you bought the baby monitors, when the injury occurred, or even what state you live in will determine whether you can still file a lawsuit. We highly suggest you contact our defective product lawyers soon before it is too late to file a lawsuit.
How dangerous are defective baby monitors?
Defective baby monitors are very dangerous and pose serious risks to infants. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about 4,000 infants die suddenly each year. Baby monitors help parents keep an eye on their children to protect them from dangers. When a baby monitors fails to work infants can be injured.
Can I afford a defective baby monitor lawyer?
Woods & Woods product liability lawyers never charge a penny unless you win. Our fee is a percentage of the settlement and case expenses. If you don’t win your defective baby monitor lawsuit, you owe us nothing. There is never a charge for phone calls. We don’t bill by the hour. Woods & Woods will never ask for money upfront.
Why call Woods & Woods defective product lawyers?
Since 1985, Woods & Woods law firm has protected the rights of injured people and their families. In those decades, we have successfully represented thousands. If you have any questions about defective baby monitor lawsuits, don’t hesitate to call us. We will guide you through your legal options for free.