Product Recall Lawyers Protecting Los Angeles Consumers
When Can I Sue over a Recalled Product?
When safety issues inherent to a product come to light, the manufacturer, distributor, or retailer involved in bringing it to market may issue a recall. These notices may help consumers keep themselves and their families safe, but they also help shield the companies behind the product from liability.
Product liability cases are not limited to a certain type of consumer good. Everything from toys to tires to lawnmowers has been pulled from the market after serious injuries. No matter what your product recall case involves, our team at Shoop | A Professional Law Corporation is here to help you.
Product Liability $30,000,000
Brain Injury $22,500,000
Product Liability – Medical Devices $14,000,000
Personal Injury $13,500,000
Child Wrongful Death $12,000,000
Personal Injury $11,000,000
Personal Injury $11,000,000
Personal Injury $10,950,000
Personal Injury $10,500,000
Personal Injury $10,000,000
Take a look at some of our latest case results in Los Angeles courts:
- $12 million for the wrongful death of a child
- $10 million for a brain injury claim
- $3.5 million for a burn injury claim
- $1.16 million for a defective medical device claim
We demand higher standards for product safety, harsher punishments for manufacturers who blatantly disregard rules, and full justice and compensation for our clients.
Product recall and liability laws were created to help those injured by dangerous products. We do our part to help clients recover the maximum amount possible so they can access the best treatment and rehabilitation.
Some damages you can receive compensation for include:
- Medical expenses
- Pain and suffering
- Lost income
- Property damage
- Rehabilitative costs
- Diminished work ability
If you believe you have a product liability case, we encourage you to speak with one of our experienced lawyers. At Shoop | A Professional Law Corporation, we look at all the above factors and more to help you determine how much a fair settlement should be. In most cases, the insurer’s initial offer doesn’t even come close.
Manufacturers of consumer goods, including companies that make car parts, medical devices and other goods, have a duty to produce safe products. Sadly, some companies are more concerned with profits than public safety, so they rush their products to market without adequate testing―meaning many defective and dangerous products are sold each day.
Unless a company has proactively concealed test results, flaws are typically discovered by consumers in unfortunate accidents. Even after lawsuits have been filed, some companies drag their feet when it comes to publishing a recall. Government agencies like the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) may step forward to warn consumers in their stead.
Unfortunately, most recalls come too late for many victims of defective products. If you or a loved one suffered an injury because of a dangerous product that was later recalled, the dedicated product liability attorneys at Shoop | A Professional Law Corporation can help you seek justice.
You can get started on your case today by giving us a call. We would be happy to review your case at no charge or risk to you.
Our client services are focused on you, your rights, and your best interests. We proudly give the innocently injured a powerful voice.
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Our team draws on more than 35 years of combined experience to help represent clients to the fullest extent of the law.
Our firm has been recognized nationally and locally for achieving landmark results, including multi-million dollar victories!
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The $30,000,000 jury verdict that Mr. Shoop won has been certified as the Third Largest Personal Injury Verdict awarded in California in 2018. The verdict in this case, Anaya v. Superior Industries, was featured in Law 360. This verdict has also been featured in the National Law Journal as being one of the TOP 100 VERDICTS of any kind in the entire United States for 2018.
Mr. Shoop obtained what has been certified as one of the Top 20 Jury Verdicts in the entire State of California for 2018. The verdict won by Mr. Shoop in this wrongful death matter was issued by a unanimous jury.
Mr. Shoop’s 2017 unanimous jury verdict in a Premises Liability case has been certified as the 18th largest Premises Liability Verdict in California for 2018. The verdict has also been certified to be on of the 50 largest Personal Injury Verdicts in the entire state for 2018.