If you live anywhere in or around the Bay Area, you know about the $2.2 billion transit hub that just opened in San Francisco. It has been a source of wonder and amazement since well before it was completed. With a couple billion-dollar price tag, you would think that there would be nothing wrong with the building.
Unfortunately, a cracked steel beam found a few weeks ago was not an isolated incident. A second faulty beam was discovered, this time prompting the entire complex to be shut down over safety concerns.
$2.2 billion and it sits unopened.
One thing this shows us is just how important the seemingly smallest things are. Out of all that was involved in this project, it is a few steel beams that cause the problem. But, if left alone, they could cause major injuries or death.
After all, the transit center was built over land that it highly geologically active.
But are you aware of how many faulty products are around us every day?
Think about how many products you use on a daily basis. The numbers are staggering. From your morning coffee and breakfast to your workday and ride home, you count on hundreds, maybe thousands, of products to work correctly.
What can go wrong?
A quick look at the government website that tracks recalls will show you that there are thousands of products out there being recalled. Most people are not aware of how often it happens and how many people are in danger.
If you or someone you love has been injured by a product you have used or consumed, you should seek legal assistance. Product liability cases are notoriously hard to prove, not because there is no case, but because the other side will have a massive legal team protecting it.
We know how difficult it can be to go through something like this, that is why we want to help you recover the compensation you deserve. When you need a product liability attorney in San Francisco, turn to Allegiance Law. Our experienced attorneys will work with through your whole case. You can contact us by clicking here or calling 415-404-6395 for a free consultation.