Defective Products

Auto Defects • Medical Devices • Implants • Dangerous Products

Anyone who manufactures or distributes a product is responsible for making sure that it won’t harm or kill the consumers who buy it. This is a basic feature of our system of commerce. It reflects one of the underlying assumptions all consumers must make before buying any product or medical device – that the product is at least safe to handle.

Lallande Law PLC offers free initial consultations to individuals who have been seriously injured by dangerous or defective products. For a free initial consultation with Lallande Law PLC, fill in the contact form or call (800) 308-8800. Attorney M. Lawrence Lallande is also open to accepting referrals and working as co-counsel for defective product lawsuits, and has experience handling:

  • Auto Defects: stock and custom motorcycles, crashworthiness for cars, faulty seat belts and air bags
  • Medical Device: defective Sulzer hip implants, breast implants
  • Other Defective Products: dangerous toys, industrial machinery, home appliances; water heaters, chemicals, and faulty circuits causing burns.

Pursuing Justice with a Practical, Scientific Approach

Mr. Lallande brings into the courtroom a genuine dedication to seeing that justice is served and that everyone is treated fairly under the law. Taking a practical, fact-based approach, he leverages a long-held interest and understanding of the science relating to medicine, injuries, and damages. In this way, he can forcefully convey the impact his clients’ injuries have had on their lives.

This approach has been a key to his success, reputation, and the multi-million dollar settlements he’s won for clients in the past. A native of Puerto Rico, Mr. Lallande is fully fluent in both English and Español. In addition, he serves in leadership positions in professional organizations and mediates cases for the courts as a way of giving back to the legal community.

If you would like to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss injuries suffered by yourself or a loved one, fill in the contact form or call (800) 308-8800.