There are several reasons why you may be able to file a product liability lawsuit after being injured by a defective product. One is for “failure to warn.” Manufacturers are required to warn individuals about the dangers associated with using their products. When they fail to provide these warnings, the negligent manufacturer may be held liable for any injuries you suffer from the use of their product.
If you’ve been injured due to a product that didn’t work as intended, you may be entitled to recover compensation in a product liability lawsuit. In the following video, Chris Jensen discusses what constitutes a defective product and provides a specific example to illustrate the concept.
Manufacturers have an obligation to make sure their products work safely when used as directed. Unfortunately, many defective products still make it to market in spite of this legal obligation. If you’ve been injured by a defective product, you may be entitled to recover compensation for your damages. Here are 5 important things you should know as you research your rights after being injured by a defective product.
Pharmaceutical companies have a responsibility to consumers to make sure they’re selling a safe, effective medication or medical device. Drugs are put through rigorous testing and clinical trials before they’re allowed on the market.
Hundreds of products are recalled each year because they’ve caused severe injuries or death, but how do these products make it onto the shelves in the first place? And, why aren’t they recalled right away following an accident that caused irreparable harm to the consumer?