Orange County Products Liability Attorney
Brian Chase is a products liability attorney with a passion for safety. Brian's specialty is uncovering dangerous products that can harm people, especially auto defects that can kill thousands of people.
Defective products is an area of tort law that requires extensive knowledge and resources to uncover how or why manufacturers may have put the public at risk. Sometimes companies put profit above safety and these acts are wreckless and endanger lives.
We uncover those dangers and get you the compensation you deserve.
We live in a complex and technical world in which we expect the products we purchase and use to be designed and manufactured in such a manner that they are safe for our use.
We also expect that the sellers and manufacturers of products will give us reasonable warnings of dangerous propensities of their products.
Unfortunately, not all designers, manufacturers and sellers of products live up to these expectations and the requirements of our laws with regard to their products.
Our law firm specializes in representing individuals who have been seriously injured or killed as the result of defective or incorrectly designed products.
Dangerous and Defective Products
Our mission in pursuing Orange County product liability cases is to obtain just compensation for our injured client and to create an economic incentive for those in the stream of commerce to produce safe products and provide sufficient warning of the dangers of their defective products, ultimately resulting in the saving of lives.
We've been representing Orange County residents since 1978 and our case results speak for themselves. Our clients are treated like family and carry deep meaning to us.
Our Oproducts liability lawyers & staff spend a lot of time trying to educate the public about the dangers of personal and accident injuries because we see it every day. We hope you never need us, but if you do, we will put everything into representing your case.
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