When a product manufacturer is negligent and that negligence causes an injury, it is a products liability case.  
When a product is put on the market, its designer, maker, distributor, etc. warrants that it is reasonably safe for its intended uses.  A plaintiff must show that 1) the product was unreasonably dangerous either for the product's intended use or for some other reasonably foreseeable use, and 2) that the unreasonably dangerous condition existed when the product left the defendant's hands.  
Carmichael Ellis & Brock, PLLC represents persons injured by:
  • negligent design / defective design
  • defective manufacturing process
  • no warning label
  • error-filled warning label
  • insufficient guarding
  • lawnmower rollover
  • brain and spinal cord injuries
If you have been injured by a defective product make sure that you or someone on your behalf take whatever steps are necessary to preserve it.  Put it in a safe, secure place and ensure that it remains in the condition that it was found.  Call our experienced lawyers right away to help you find expert engineers or other specialists who can come do a site inspection, take measurements and take those steps necessary to form an opinion on the cause of your injuries.  

What Happens Now?

If you are incarcerated, we will contact you in the jail where you are held, and we will remain in contact throughout the pendency of your case. If you are able to come in to the office, we will ask you to come meet in person as soon as possible. Our approach to defense is zealous, organized, and fast-paced, and we look forward to helping you.


Carmichael Ellis & Brock, PLLC is committed to representing you in criminal, military, security clearance, medical malpractice, personal injury, and product liability cases.