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3 Types of Philadelphia Defective Product Claims Linked to a Defective Stroller

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Daniel J. O'Brien
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One of the more difficult types of claims to pursue is a Philadelphia defective product claim. However, if your child was injured as a result of a defective stroller, then you shouldn't let this stop you from receiving what you may be entitled to. With the help of a Pennsylvania dangerous product lawyer, you could recover a variety of damages.

Damages could include your medical expenses, pain and suffering, mental anguish, and other losses suffered. However, in order to receive compensation, you will need to prove that a defect of some type existed.

Three types of claims that can result from injuries caused by a defective stroller include:

  • a defect in the manufacturing of the stroller;
  • a defect in the design of the stroller; and
  • marketing negligence (failure to warn, to pull a product from the shelves, etc.). 

In some cases, you could potentially hold more than one party liable for the injuries your child has suffered. This could increase your potential compensation.

A defective stroller could lead to serious injuries and the filing of a Philadelphia defective product claim. To learn how you can protect your child's rights, you should speak with a Pennsylvania dangerous product lawyer as soon as possible.

Help after Being Injured by a Defective Stroller

If your child has been severely injured by a defective stroller, you shouldn't have to suffer and pay for expensive medical bills that were caused by another person's negligence. Contact a Philadelphia defective product lawyer today. We will provide a free, no obligation consultation on your case - 1-877-944-8396.

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