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Product Liability

Dangerous and defective products can seriously injure or kill consumers. Companies have a duty to ensure that their products are safe to use for their intended purpose. Our Chicago-based firm represents consumers in cases against companies and manufacturers that sell dangerous and defective products to the public. These types of cases include:

  • Medical devices
  • Machinery and tools
  • Medicine and Drugs- prescription and non-prescription
  • Food and tobacco
  • Toxic chemicals and substances, such as pesticides, asbestos, and mold
  • Firearms
  • Autos and other motor vehicles, including trucks and motorcycles
  • Automobile accessories such as tires, seat belts, airbags and child car seats
  • Household products and appliances
  • Toys and recreational equipment
  • Clothing and apparel

If you’ve been harmed by a product, or if someone in your family was harmed or killed by a defective product, then it’s important that you know your rights under the law. Contact us online or call us at 630-358-7140 to set up a FREE consultation with a Chicago injury lawyer to discuss your legal options.

What our clients think of us

Second to None

Mr. Woerthwein’s expertise in foreclosure defense is second to none. Not only does he have great command over the complex legal issues surrounding mortgage backed securities (MBS), he is one of the few Illinois attorneys who can actually claim meaningful success against major Wall Street banks.  His clear, concise and brilliant legal brief filed in the Northern Illinois District court enabled him to prevail in his Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff bank’s foreclosure complaint WITH prejudice for lack of standing.  For the first time since the financial crisis began in 2008, courts across the country are discovery what homeowners have known for some time — most banks foreclosing today don’t have proper standing !

Superb Legal Counsel

Mr. Woerthwein and his team are exceptional. Not only did they handle my foreclosure case, but they did it expeditiously. Ted is head and shoulders above most Chicago lawyers I interviewed because he is well versed on the complex legal issues surrounding Mortgage-Backed Securities (MBS)