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How Habush Product Liability Lawyers Help

At Habush Habush & Rottier, our experienced attorneys believe in fighting for respect, fairness, and what is right for our clients. Our team of product liability lawyers will carefully investigate and analyze the circumstances of your defective product injury to help you hold the liable party accountable.

>>Read More: What is Product Liability?

To discuss the details of your situation, contact us today:

why choose HABUSH for your product injury case

Certified Trial Lawyers

Certified Trial Lawyers

We have more National Board of Trial Advocacy certified trial lawyers than any other firm in the United States

Billions Recovered

Billions Recovered

Over the last 90 years our firm has recovered billions of dollars in compensation for our clients. More than all other Wisconsin firms combined.

No Upfront Fees

No Upfront Fees

We will never rush to settle your case, and there are no upfront fees, so we don’t get paid unless you do.


In Wisconsin, product liability claims can be due to negligence, breach of warranty, or general consumer protection claims. Wisconsin state courts also acknowledge “strict liability” wherein the plaintiff is required to provide different evidence, compared to lawsuits based solely on claims of negligence. Strict liability means the defendant’s product or circumstance failed to meet standards, regardless of fault or negligent behavior.
Strict liability cases state that the manufacturer, seller, or distributor is liable for personal injury cases if you can prove:

  • The product was unsafe or unreasonably dangerous
  • The seller expected and intended that the product would reach the consumer without changes to the product
  • The plaintiff was injured by the defective product

>>Read More: What is Wisconsin Product Liability Law?

We Believe In Personalized Representation

When you call Habush Habush and Rottier S.C., you can trust that we will provide you with personalized representation and will keep you informed about any new developments in your case.
We never rush to settle product liability lawsuits when it is not the best option for our clients. Our legal team will use all of our resources to investigate your product injury and negotiate for the full recovery you deserve.


Why You Should Get a Lawyer for a Defective Product Injury

At Habush Habush & Rottier, we firmly believe that victims of product injuries should be supported after suffering the consequences arising from the negligent actions of liable companies.
An experienced product liability lawyer can help you figure out exactly who is responsible for your injuries and how a claim should be managed from the date of the incident through recovery. Handling claims of serious and even minor injuries can be complicated and it involves contact with numerous entities, including insurance companies, employers, and medical providers—that’s where we come in.
Defective products claim thousands of lives every year in addition to causing injury to thousands of people each year in Wisconsin.
If you have been injured by a defective product caused by the negligent actions of a manufacturing company or another responsible party, get the guidance you need from an experienced product liability lawyer to help you navigate the unfamiliar legal territory.


A product liability lawyer can help you get the compensation you deserve and prevent the product from injuring other people.

The product injury lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. are here to help you with your product injury claim. To discuss the details of your situation, contact us at 800-2-HABUSH (800-242-2874) today.

I highly endorse Habush Habush and Rottier  S.C. for recovery of damages involving a powerful adversary like Johnson and Johnson. Their management of legal complexities and persistence through multiple delaying maneuvers resulted in a satisfactory settlement for me and my insurer. 



 - L, Wisconsin


  • $2.2 MILLION to a man injured by a defectively designed excavator

  • $7.5 MILLION to a child injured by a defective garage door opener

  • $2.5 MILLION from an auto manufacturer to a person injured by a faulty seatbelt