Product Liability Attorney

What is Product Liability

Product liability cases are a vital aspect of Personal Injury Law that aims to hold manufacturers, distributors, and sellers accountable for unsafe products that cause harm to consumers. 

Product liability is the legal responsibility of a manufacturer or seller for injuries resulting from a defective product. These cases arise when a product is unreasonably dangerous or flawed in design, manufacturing, or marketing, leading to harm to the consumer.

Product liability cases typically involve one of the following types of defects:

  • Design Defects: These defects occur when a product’s design is inherently unsafe, even if it’s manufactured and used correctly.
  • Manufacturing Defects: These defects arise during the manufacturing or assembly process, resulting in a product that deviates from its intended design and becomes dangerous.
  • Marketing Defects (Failure to Warn or Misrepresentation): Manufacturers must provide adequate warnings and instructions for the safe use of their products. A marketing defect occurs when these warnings are insufficient or misleading.

Product liability claims can result in compensation for the injured party. Compensation may include medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, property damage, and, in some cases, punitive damages.

If you’ve been injured due to a defective product, it’s crucial to consult an experienced Personal Injury Attorney experienced in product liability cases. Contact UBFK Law today for the skilled representation needed to help you pursue the compensation you deserve.

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