If you purchased a product that doesn’t work, doesn’t work to the standard you reasonably expected, or fails to satisfy the use for which you bought it, you may have a great case for a defective product. California law is very consumer protective and violations of those laws may entitle you to substantial compensation. While you may first think that responding with litigation isn’t worth your while, especially if the amount you spent wasn’t high, think again. Class action procedures can be very powerful tools and can provide extraordinary amounts of compensation for you and everyone else impacted. When we handle such cases, we handle them well, meaning we strongly encourage you to contact us quickly if you believe you purchased a defective product. Strict time limitations may apply, so please don’t delay.