Experienced Dalton Defective Products Lawyers Advocating for Your Well-Being
Defective products, which can cause serious and unanticipated injuries, enter the marketplace each and every day. These types of injuries may require attention from many different medical professionals and require a specific pathway for recovery. One element that is just as important as working with a qualified medical professional is seeking representation from an attorney with an in-depth knowledge of the law.
Cook & Connelly, LLC is a well-established law firm located in Summerville, Georgia, and provides legal representation for clients throughout the surrounding areas in product liability claims, premises liability claims and other personal injury matters. Our firm was founded in 1959 by Bobby Lee Cook and the late A. Cecil Palmour, both of whom have been instrumental in gaining our reputation for knowledgeable and ethical legal services.
How Can an Experienced Lawyer Help Maximize My Claim?
Many of the product liability cases we handle involve defective medical devices, however there are a number of other consumer products that can cause injuries. To establish your case, your lawyer must be able to prove negligence on behalf of the product manufacturer. We have handled a wide range of product liability cases involving:
- Hip replacements
- Defective transplants
- Defective valves
- Knee replacements
- Defective playground equipment
- Defective construction equipment (including tools)
Defective products can cause significant injuries and even death. Catastrophic injuries may require access to a particular medical professional, which our firm can assist you with. In these cases, we frequently work with various medical professionals, including surgeons and therapists, who assist our clients in starting the recovery process. Because our firm is small, we have the ability to tailor our legal services to meet all of our clients’ individual needs. Your lawyer will personally handle your case from the initial meeting to the closing of your case.