Proven Danville Lawyer Represents Victims of Defective Products
Central Illinois attorney takes on negligent manufacturers and designers
We trust that the products we use every day are safe when used as directed. People assume that the businesses responsible for designing, manufacturing and selling these products have taken proper safety precautions. Sadly, that is not always the case. Defective products can trigger serious injuries and even deaths. If you or a family member has been injured by a defective product, the accomplished Central Illinois attorneys at Doyle Law Team, P.C. will seek appropriate compensation in a products liability lawsuit. Our firm has offices in Danville, Champaign and Hoopeston, and our attorneys draw on more than 45 years of combined legal experience in providing justice to injury victims. We pursue compensation for clients harmed by a product’s faulty design, negligent manufacture, improper labeling or misleading promotion. Attorney Richard Doyle is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and has the background and network of experts to hold liable parties accountable.
Thorough advocate pursues relief for people hurt by unsafe medical products
When people have been harmed by products that fail, it takes a seasoned legal advocate to enforce their rights effectively. Some of the most serious products liability cases involve medical devices and pharmaceuticals that have caused severe injury or illness in the patients using them. These products include:
- Failed hip replacements — Problems with DePuy and Wright implants used in hip replacements have led to long-term harm for many recipients. We have secured large recoveries for our clients in these cases.
- Harmful pharmaceuticals — The potential profit from a new drug can be massive. Sometimes, in their rush to bring new products to the market, drug manufacturers don’t use reasonable care to protect the public. Our firm relies on experts in the field to determine if known issues involving dosages and interactions were handled properly.
- Tainted bio pharmaceuticals — Our firm represented numerous people with hemophilia who contracted hepatitis C or AIDS from non-heat-treated plasma products provided by Bayer, Green Cross and other pharmaceutical companies.
- Hernia mesh failures — Ruptures in mesh used to treat hernias has caused a range of complications in patients. Even if you only suspect that this product or some other medical device has failed, we can advise on whether a potential claim exists.
Our firm pursues payment for victims at trial and through settlement negotiations. Your recovery can include compensation for medical costs, lost wages, pain and suffering, and even punitive damages in some instances. We understand that medical cases and other defective product actions are complicated, so we offer a free initial consultation to help you get the information you need before making a decision.
Dedicated firm handles products liability claims arising from car crashes
Auto accidents that result in personal injury or death can have many causes, including intoxication, distracted driving and poor road conditions. They can also be caused by a defect in the vehicle itself. Without the right insight, you might overlook the role that a faulty automotive part played in the crash. Sometimes, a failure that could have easily been avoided or corrected by the manufacturer leads to terrible consequences. Attorney Richard Doyle’s first major products liability case involved a defective tow bar that broke, dropping the car being towed onto a highway and triggering a fatal collision. If you’ve been in a serious auto accident, our firm can review whether you are entitled to damages due to problems with defective tires, brakes or other car parts.
Contact an experienced Illinois products liability lawyer for a free initial consultation
Doyle Law Team, P.C. represents Illinois clients in a full range of negligence actions relating to defective products. Please call 1-800-369-4529 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. Our offices are located in Danville, Champaign and Hoopeston.