Omaha Child's Product Recall Attorney
Get Legal Help for Your Family After a Child Product Related Injury
Has your son or daughter suffered moderate to severe injuries due to a malfunctioning toy or safety product? Has the company that manufacturers said defective product issued a recall? Are you currently struggling to keep up with medical expenses and hospital bills that stem from the accident? If so, then it may be time to speak with the dedicated Nebraska product liability attorneys at Cullan & Cullan LLC about your legal rights and options.
Each year many children throughout Nebraska, and the country, fall victim to hastily produced children’s products and the slapdash handiwork of negligent manufacturers. The injuries range in severity, but some of the more common pains stem from:
- Crippling bone fractures, both simple and compound
- Irreversible nerve damage to the head, neck or spine
- Loss of senses, including sight and hearing
- Deep lacerations and abrasions
- Limb amputations
- Brain damage
Do I Have a Product Liability Case?
It is perfectly natural to hesitate at the idea of going through with legal action. Many individuals and families simply don’t see the long-term benefit, when faced with so many immediate complications. After all, how can we take on a giant company that has hundreds of legal professionals working for them? Rest assured that the Omaha child injury lawyers at Cullan & Cullan LLC have gone up against many industry leaders, both local and global, and we have what it takes to secure a winning settlement.
What Type of Compensation is Available?
If your child has suffered any one of the aforementioned injuries, you could be entitled to significant compensation. But it is up to you to take the first step. Contact Cullan & Cullan LLC today at (402) 397-7600 and schedule an appointment with a member of our personal injury team. With our aggressive and knowledgeable counsel, you’ll be able to secure the monetary awards your child need and the justice your family deserves.
Of course, there is no way to predict what your case may be worth in the end, but damages that stem from product liability often include:
- Emergency medical treatment and long term care
- Doctor’s visits and specialized examinations
- Rehabilitation services and therapy
- Loss of life enjoyment
- Pain and suffering
How Long do I Have to File a Child's Product Recall Claim?
In the state of Nebraska the statute of limitations allows you to submit your claim up to fours years from the date of your accident. While this may seem like a significant amount of time, it is not. Product liability cases take a great deal of time to research and build. Failing to submit your claim by the mandated deadline can result in a complete forfeiture of your rights and compensation. Don’t let this happen to your and your family. If you or your baby has been injured by a defective child’s product the time to act is now.
Speak with a Nebraska Child's Product Recall Lawyer Today
Make the call to Cullan & Cullan LLC and let us help you get on the road to recovery. Call (402) 397-7600 to schedule an appointment to speak with one of our Omaha product liability attorneys.
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Call Today for a Free Consultation
We are here to help you obtain compensation from those responsible so that you can focus on healing, rehabilitation, and getting your feet back on the ground. For more information about how the lawyers at Cullan & Cullan LLC can assist in protecting your rights, please call (402) 397-7600 today for a free case evaluation.
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