Hallman Law Office

Product Liability

If you or a family member has suffered a severe injury because of a defective product or a loved one has died in an accident involving a defective product, Hallman Law Office can help you.

Manufacturers are responsible for injuries or death caused by products that have been improperly manufactured or designed. In addition to trial work, W. Eugene Hallman has represented the victims of defective products in the Oregon Supreme Court, the Oregon Court of Appeals and the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

What action should you take if you believe you or a family member has been injured by a defective product?

  • Keep the product in a safe and secure location in the same condition it was in at the time of the accident.
  • Look for and keep all documents related to the product including: packaging materials, instruction books, warranties, receipts, etc.
  • Never give or return the product to the manufacturer, even if the manufacturer promises to return the product after examination or testing.
  • Contact an experienced attorney, such as Mr. Hallman, as soon as possible. A prompt investigation is essential and can make the difference between winning and losing your product liability case.

For decades, Hallman Law Office has fought aggressively for the rights of clients who have been injured by defective products. Some of the defectively designed or manufactured products that we have investigated include:

  • Vans, pick ups and cars
  • All terrain vehicles and motorcycles
  • Tires
  • Interstate tractor/trailer rigs
  • Construction, logging and food processing equipment
  • Drugs and medical devices
  • Household appliances

Mr. Hallman and his staff couple their own extensive knowledge with leading experts in the fields of Engineering, Safety and Human Factors to present the best case on behalf of our clients. Contact us at for a free case evaluation.

Caution

Often insurance companies will try to settle quickly by offering a modest sum of money in exchange for a quick release from liability. Don't accept or sign such an agreement until you have talked with someone from Hallman Law Office. We can help you make the right decision.

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Hallman Law Office
104 Southeast 5th St.
Pendleton, OR 97801
Phone: 541-276-3857
Email:office@hallman.pro


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