Every year, thousands of consumers are seriously injured or killed by dangerous and defective products. Many of these injuries could be avoided if the manufacturers or distributors of these products took additional steps to ensure consumer safety.
You have the right to be compensated if you have been injured as the result of dangerous tires. One of the most difficult, expensive and important tasks in preparing and presenting a defective tires case is securing the assistance and testimony of qualified experts. The NY personal injury lawyers at our law firm have the experience and resources required to obtain excellent experts who are qualified to testify about defective products at trial.
Many successful auto product liability cases in New York result in not only obtaining substantial money damages for the victim, but also have the desired social effect of encouraging manufacturers to re-design a product suggesting legislation which establishes standards for safer products, and removes unsafe products from the market.
If you or a loved one have been injured as a result of defective tires, the NY tire defect attorneys at Wingate, Russotti, Shapiro, Moses & Halperin, LLP, would like to meet with you. Please call our office at (212) 986-7353 to set up an appointment to discuss your case.
Jason Rubin secured a settlement of $2,500,000.00 on behalf of a 33 year old man who was injured as a result of a defective inflatable tube towed behind a boat.
Cliff Shapiro obtained a settlement of 1.175 million dollars for a twenty-one year old man who was blinded in one eye as a result of an accident involving a defective platform hoist.
Kenneth J. Halperin recently obtained a $565,000 settlement for a former N.Y.C.T.A worker who sustained an electrical shock while inspecting a propulsion system supplied by a foreign manufacturer.
The case settled at mediation prior to trial for $524,000, including $424,000 from the dumpster manufacturer and $100,000 from the municipality.
Following a fiercely contested jury trial, WRSMH was able to obtain a verdict in excess of $200,000 on behalf of a 20-year-old wiring technician from Brooklyn.