Helping Those Injured By Household Appliances
When most people think of injuries that require the attention of an attorney, household appliance injuries are not usually the first ones to come to mind. While appliance accidents may not be as frequent, the injuries involved can be just as severe as those in a serious car accident. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury involving a household appliance, it is important that you seek the advice of a personal injury attorney immediately.
At the law firm of Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, & , LLC, we are Connecticut lawyers helping those injured by household appliances. We have experience handling cases involving a variety of product liability claims involving appliances, including refrigerators, stoves, ovens, washers, dryers, blenders, toasters and many others. No matter how your injury occurred, talk to an attorney who will give you an honest case evaluation and explain your rights.
Discuss Your Household Appliance Injury With One Of Our Attorneys
Manufacturers, retailers, installers and others may all share in the liability for your injuries. When you hire our firm, we will conduct a full investigation into the accident to determine exactly what happened and who is to blame. If multiple parties share in the responsibility, we will look into the possibility of filing claims against each of them.
Our firm has represented clients in all types of injuries relating to household appliances, including:
- Crush injuries
- Carbon monoxide poisoning
- Loss of use of a body part
- Electrical shock
Contact An Attorney About Your Household Appliance Injury Claim
Contact our office today to discuss your household appliance injury claim and learn more about what we can do to help you. You can reach us online or call 203-285-3593 or 866-530-7228 to arrange a free case evaluation. We are located near New Haven, in proximity to the intersection of I-91, I-95 and I-84. For your convenience, evening and weekend appointments are available.
We handle all household appliance cases on a contingency fee basis. That means you pay no attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for you.