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New Jersey Product Liability Lawyers

Experienced Defective Product Attorneys in Totowa, NJ Advocate on Behalf of Clients Injured by Dangerous and Defective Goods in Passaic County, Hudson County, Essex County, Bergen County, and Throughout NJ

When you purchase a product from a company, you expect that its manufacturer and retailer have ensured that the product is free from any defects that may result in an accident that causes you injury. Unfortunately, companies sometimes produce and sell products that have defects that make the product unreasonably dangerous for its intended uses. A person who is injured by one of these products may be entitled to recover compensation from the manufacturer and other parties. If you have been hurt by a defective product, let New Jersey product liability lawyers from Camili & Capo PA help you hold manufacturers and other parties accountable for putting dangerous products onto the market.

You deserve for the products you buy to be safe. When you are injured by an unreasonably hazardous product, you deserve to be fully compensated for the expenses you incur and the losses you suffer due to your injuries. Corporations will often try to avoid their liability for harming consumers with defective products. With Camili & Capo PA on your side, we can level the playing field for you against big companies so that you can seek the financial recovery you deserve. 

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If you were injured because of a dangerous or defective product, turn to our firm for a free initial case review to speak with New Jersey product liability lawyers about your legal rights and options for pursuing accountability and justice for the harm and loss that you have suffered. 

Product Liability Claims That Camili & Capo PA Can Help You Pursue

New Jersey Product Liability Lawyers

Product liability claims fall into one or more of three broad categories of claim:

Under New Jersey’s Product Liability Act, any party in the chain of commerce, such as a manufacturer or retailer, can be held liable for a defective product. In addition, the act does not require an injured consumer to prove that a defect occurred due to a manufacturer’s or other party’s negligence. Instead, a party may be held liable under the PLA if a product was too dangerous to use for its intended purposes. 

Examples of defective products and goods that New Jersey product liability lawyers from our firm can help you pursue a product liability claim for include:


Work Injury


Slip and Fall Accident


Car Accident

Product liability claims are some of the most complex personal injury cases. Let New Jersey product liability lawyers from our firm handle all the details in building a legal claim to fight for full financial recovery for you. Our legal team will:

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After you have been hurt in an accident caused by a dangerous or defective product, you deserve to hold the product’s manufacturer accountable for your injuries and losses. Contact Camili & Capo PA today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation to discuss how New Jersey product liability lawyers from our firm can help you seek the financial recovery and justice you deserve. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Product Liability Accidents in NJ

What is product liability?

Product liability refers to a type of personal injury claim in which a manufacturer, distributor, or retailer of a product is held responsible to financially compensate a user of a product who is injured by a product that suffers from some sort of defect that makes the product unreasonably dangerous for its intended use. 

What is a product liability action based on negligence?

In New Jersey, someone harmed by a defective product may pursue a strict liability product liability claim. This means that it is not necessary to prove that a manufacturer or retailer committed some sort of negligent or reckless action that caused a product to be defective. All that is required is to show that the product is unreasonably dangerous. However, users who are hurt by defective products can still argue that a product suffered from a defect that resulted from a manufacturer’s or retailer’s failure to exercise ordinary care.

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