Electric and gas kitchen appliances sold to consumers in New Jersey are supposed to be designed, manufactured and installed under the highest standards for product safety. Despite some of the strictest product liability laws in the nation, people continue to suffer serious burns, electrical shock and other catastrophic injuries because of defects and dangers that the manufacturer overlooked.
If you were injured in an accident caused by a defective or dangerous appliance in your home in New Jersey, schedule a no-cost consultation to discuss your case with a NJ product liability lawyer at Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP. We are recognized among the state’s most successful personal injury law firms protecting the rights of people injured by defective and dangerous appliances and consumer products.
Call us if you were injured by any type of consumer product for the home, including injuries resulting from:
Major home appliances often require professional installation. Manufacturers are required to include complete instructions for installation and safe operations with their products. Instructions and warning labels for possible hazards must be prominent and easy to read and follow, including diagrams, if necessary. If you can show that the product was installed according to instructions and you understood the warnings and were using the product for its intended use, you are entitled to seek full and fair money damages for your injuries. Parties held liable for damages may include the manufacturer, the distributor and the installer. If you purchased the appliance as part of your home purchase, there may be additional liability assigned to the developer or prior homeowner, depending upon circumstances of the accident.
From offices in Edison, Red Bank and Toms River, our lawyers at Eichen Crutchlow Zaslow, LLP advise and represent clients in personal injury and wrongful death litigation matters throughout New Jersey. Call our office at 732-777-0100 or contact us online to arrange a free consultation with an experienced New Jersey products liability lawyer.
William Crutchlow was the contributing author to this content.