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Defective Products

Defective Product Lawyers in California and Colorado

When you buy any product, is it unreasonable to think that it should work as the manufacturer, seller, or installer promised you that it would?  We at Eppsteiner Law, APC believe that it is completely reasonable and absolutely fair for you to expect this.

The good news is that:

  • The laws governing Colorado and California defective products protect consumers who have been wronged by manufacturers’ broken promises and unmet reasonable expectations.
  • State and federal laws protect consumers from bad producers and from those who do not deliver what they promise.
  • There is a law firm of California and Colorado defective product lawyers with a mission to litigate against defective product manufacturers on behalf of wronged consumers.
  • That law firm—Eppsteiner Law, APC—is capable of successfully fighting the powerful defense firms representing these defective product manufacturers, as our many settlements and judgments indicate.

California Defective Product Lawyers

When a California consumer needs a skilled defective product lawyer, trust the California defective product lawyers at Eppsteiner Law, APC. We represent individuals and classes of consumers who have been harmed by false representations, unfulfilled warranties and products, and services that were misrepresented. Often manufacturers know their products won’t perform as represented, and banks and insurers know they won’t abide the terms of their agreements and policies. They often conceal material information about their products and services. Concealment of material information from purchasers can also be the basis of a consumers claim.  Learn more>>>

Defective Product Lawyers in Colorado

When you need to hold a manufacturer liable for its defective product or force a warranty company to perform on its warranty, our Colorado product defect lawyers can help.  We protect Colorado consumers with class action suits against those who deliver faulty goods (such as roofing, windows, siding, washers, refrigerators and other appliances), faulty services (such as insurance, credit, and financing products), and faulty store-bought appliances. Learn more>>>

Protecting Consumers

When you have been harmed, physically or financially, by a defective product, you need Eppsteiner Law, APC.  Our attorneys have experience, skill, the leading edge technology and commitment needed to achieve excellent results.  Whether you are located in California or Colorado, where Eppsteiner Law, APC’s offices are, our attorneys are the ones you need.  We represent our clients in the following matters:

Rest assured that our attorneys will understand your problem and commit their skill, experience, and resources to persevere and deliver you an excellent result.

Call Eppsteiner Law, APC at 858-350-1500, or click here to email us, or fill in the online contact form.  We will be in touch with you by the end of the next business day to discuss your problem.  To meet with us in person, we have offices in San Diego, California and Boulder, Colorado from which we serve the Western United States with defective construction product litigation.

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