Werner Ladders S2208 and S2210 Tied to Design Flaws and Fall Injuries

Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 6-Jan-2014

Putting up and taking down decorations, Christmas lights and preparing one’s home for the winter months make the holiday season a prime time for improvements and tasks that require a ladder. And while decorators and home improvement enthusiasts as well as contractors may be comfortable working from a ladder, reports of injuries tied to Werner S2208 and S2210 model ladders have garnered attention from safety advocates.

Comprised of steel, hinges on the ladders are made from zinc, a component known for being easily broken and bendable. As a result of the ladder defect linked to a design flaws, some ladder users have experienced injuries tied to the inadequate hinges, provoking falls and injuries despite proper use by consumers.

Distributed by Lowe’s Home Improvement Stores, the Werner ladders (models S2208 and S2210) are part of a class action law suit, recognizing the dangerous ladder defects and injuries resulting.

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At The Carlson Law Firm, our experienced personal injury attorneys have years of experience helping clients who’ve been injured because of bad products that fail to protect them or leave them vulnerable to injuries and even death. Whether flaws are linked to poor product design, manufacturing defects or inadequate materials, companies have an important responsible to offer safe products and notify consumers about the risks associated with their products, if there are any.

Home improvement products and goods used for construction can place workers and consumers at risk of serious injuries if they are not designed and manufactured with care, placing the health, safety and well being of consumers over profit.

Our product liability lawyers, serving clients in Texas and around the country, have the support of on-staff private investigators and access to vital resources that help us reveal important answers to some of the questions surrounding our clients’ accidents and injuries. If you’ve lost a loved one or experienced injuries as a result of a bad product, don’t hesitate. Call our defective ladder attorneys for a free initial case evaluation today. We care. We can help.


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