Computer Defects

Computers and computer components can fail at any time and for any reason. If the defect can ultimately be traced back to the design, programming or manufacturing process, you might be entitled to recover compensation through a class-action lawsuit.

Many people think that hardware and software are one in the same. In fact, hardware and software are very different. Hardware refers to the physical components of the computing unit — tower, monitor, printer, keyboard, mouse, and the physical pieces of equipment that comprise these components — while software refers to the coding or built-in instructions that allow the hardware to run properly. At Paradis Law Group, PLLC, we will carefully analyze the hardware as well as the computer's software to determine the location of the defect, and who is responsible.

Defective Computer Hardware Claims

Throughout the history of our practice, our attorneys have worked hard to develop industry-leading methods for tactical analysis of even the most complex problem. As a nationwide legal resource, our firm is ready to handle a broad range of computer defect matters, including:

  • Defective Hard Drives
  • Defective Video Graphics Chips
  • Connectivity Issues
  • Faulty Monitors
  • Overheating

A defective computer can lead to frustration and financial burdens. Many people work from home and rely on their computers for productivity reasons. If a computer hardware defect has led to economic harm, our lawyers are ready to help. Schedule a free consultation at our firm to discuss your specific matter in greater detail.

Contact The Firm

If you have further questions regarding consumer fraud claims or defective consumer products, we encourage you to contact our firm. Paradis Law Group, PLLC, can be reached at 800-787-8954 or through our online contact form. We offer a free, confidential consultation to potential clients.