HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED BY A DEFECTIVE PRODUCT?
If a defective product seriously injured you or a loved one, we will fight aggressively to hold the proper parties accountable.
We have an experienced team that handles product liability cases.
We’ve won big cases like this in the past. For example, our scientific testing of the electric seat heaters in the 2003 and 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokees definitively revealed that they were a fire hazard. This evidence paved the way to a successful resolution of the related severe burn litigation and led to a nationwide recall of 111,700 Grand Cherokees.
Manufacturers and sellers of products have legal obligations to consumers and if you think a defective product is responsible for a serious injury to you or a loved one, contact us immediately so we can make sure you get the justice you deserve.
We generally work on a “contingent fee basis” which means no fees or cost to you unless we successfully resolve your case.
Experienced Defective Product Attorneys
Any product that causes harm to the consumer due to defects can be the subject of a products liability suit.
Chrysler Recalls 111,700 Grand Cherokees
A Mostyn Law client suffered third degree burns and had to spend months in the hospital because the seat warmers on his new Jeep Grand Cherokee reached scalding temperatures. Because he was a paraplegic he only noticed the problem when he smelled something burning. His hospital bills topped $900,000 and he had to receive several skin grafts.
Mostyn Law worked with experts who tested the electric seat heaters in 2003 and 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokees. Their scientific testing showed the seat heaters were a fire hazard that could reach up to 165 degrees and cause severe injury to passengers.
Mostyn Law worked diligently throughout the process to expose the dangers associated with the seat warmers. By discovering critical forensic evidence and thoroughly examining documents, Mostyn Law was able to successfully resolve the severe burn litigation for our client. The Chrysler Group recalled 111,700 Grand Cherokees to replace their seat warmers.