Defective Fans, Heaters and Air Conditioners
Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers Helping Victims of Defective Fans, Heaters and Air Conditioners Seek Justice
When you bring a product into your home or place of work, you expect it to function properly. As long as you are using it for its intended purpose, you shouldn’t have to give a second thought to whether it may be dangerous. Unfortunately, defective fans, ovens, heaters and air conditioners, and other appliances often malfunction and catch fire, destroying property and severely injuring unsuspecting people in the process.
At the Houston law firm of Stevenson & Murray, we represent clients throughout the Gulf Coast region and across the nation who have suffered serious personal injury or lost a loved one due to the use of defective fans, heaters and air conditioners, and other appliances. We recognize the devastation these accidents can have on victims and their families, and we are dedicated to holding the manufacturers of these dangerous and defective products liable for their actions.
If you or a loved one has been injured through the use of defective fans, portable heaters, and air conditioners, you have a right to pursue compensation for pain and suffering, medical bills and lost wages. Let our experienced personal injury attorneys help you secure justice. Contact us at 713.597.3836 to arrange a free initial consultation. Se habla español.
Holding Liable Parties Responsible
Product liability lawsuits regarding defective fans, heaters and air conditioners, and other appliances typically require complex research to establish negligence on the part of the manufacturer. From defective switches to faulty wiring, our firm has the resources needed to conduct a comprehensive investigation into the actual cause of your injuries. Once we establish liability, we will work with a team of medical experts to assign a full and fair value to the injuries you’ve endured.
Contact Stevenson & Murray
Stevenson & Murray has successfully handled numerous cases involving burns, electrocution and deaths caused by the use of defective fans, heaters and air conditioners, and other appliances. To learn more about your rights and legal options, call us at 713.597.3836 . You may also contact us by email. We offer free initial consultations.