There Are Three Main Categories in Which Every Defective Product Case Fits
The original design of a product is flawed, making the product inherently dangerous.
Mistakes during assembly or production make the product defective and dangerous.
A manufacturer fails to provide adequate warning labels describing the risks of using a product.
Defectively designed products might be a car that rolls over because of a misjudged center of gravity or sunglasses that don’t protect from ultraviolet rays. An example of a manufacturing error is cough syrup that’s contaminated with a poisonous substance during production. False advertising could be a child’s toy with no warning label indicating that it’s only safe for children older than seven.
Deciding who is responsible in a defective product claim can be difficult. The defendants in a product liability case can be the manufacturer, retailer, or distributer. The defendant might be a large corporation, a foreign company, or a private seller. To pursue a legal claim against a manufacturer for a defective product injury, enlist the help of a lawyer who specializes in product liability.
Your Experienced Product Liability Attorneys
If a defective or dangerous product injured you or a loved one, you have the right to sue the manufacturer, distributor, or retailer for financial compensation. One of the founders of Fowler Pickert Eisenmenger Norfleet, Spencer Eisenmenger can investigate your accident, gather evidence against a negligent manufacturing company, and argue your case in court. Whether you weren’t properly warned of a household cleaner’s health risks or a defective car part caused your accident, we’ll come up with a solution.