Who Can File a Mini Blind Strangulation Injury Lawsuit?
If you or a loved one has had a child harmed by a dangerous window covering, you may be eligible to file a mini blind strangulation injury lawsuit. From attorneys who specialize in this division of product liability law, here are some tips and thoughts to consider:
Monday, November 7, 2016 - What is the nature of the injury? If the child sustained a serious injury that required medical care, caused significant pain or suffering, or resulted in disability or death, you may be eligible to file a mini blind strangulation injury lawsuit. Filing a claim can help you recover compensation for the pain, suffering, loss, and expense associated with the injury.
Was the injury caused by a window covering product? If the injury or incident that occurred was related to a cord or string on some kind of window covering product, you may be eligible to file a claim. Window blinds, mini blinds, shades, and drapes all may feature dangerous cords. In addition to pull cord strangulation, children may be harmed by inner cords, looped cords, and any other cord on a window covering products.
Are there time limits for filing a Mini Blind Strangulation injury lawsuit? When the accident occurred may be a factor in determining whether you have grounds to file a claim. Some states do have time limits for product liability cases such as this. However, in most cases, if you speak to an attorney soon you will be well within the statute of limitations for filing a mini blind strangulation injury lawsuit.
What is your family’s location? Our firm assists all families in the United States whose child has been harmed by a strangulation accident. If you are inside the United States and meet the other criteria, you may be eligible. Our firm works on mini blind strangulation injury lawsuit claims nationwide. In some types of litigation, a local firm is preferred. In the case of large scale litigation, where several families have been harmed by the same type of incident nationwide, it is best to select the national leader in that particular type of law. Our firm is frequently consulted for its expertise on mini blind strangulation injury lawsuits.
Are you interested in holding the company accountable for the harm it has caused? Pursuing litigation can serve two major purposes: first, it can bring about meaningful compensation for a family that has suffered a loss or harm from a dangerous consumer product. Secondly, and much larger in scope, filing a mini blind strangulation injury lawsuit is a powerful method for an individual or family to make its story known. By filing a claim, you bring the company’s attention to the fact that a child was harmed because of their products. This brings negative attention to the company and tends to motivate executives to make needed product improvements.