Products Liability

Consumers can sue for design, manufacturing, and marketing defects, as well as breach of warranty.

Prescription drugs, medical devices, and foods are some of the products that can injure consumers.

Products liability cases involve establishing specific elements and meeting strict filing deadlines.

Manufacturers sometimes recall defective products, which may have injured large groups of consumers.

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  • Design Defects
    If a product has a design defect, all units have the same defect, and for a plaintiff to sue it must be foreseeable that it would be unreasonably dangerous for consumers to use it in the intended way.
  • Dangerous Drugs
    Prescription drugs may suffer from manufacturing defects, meaning that they were made incorrectly, or marking defects, meaning that they did not have adequate warnings regarding side effects or risks.
  • Toxic Torts
    Victims of environmental contamination or exposure to harmful substances at work can seek damages from the responsible entities, but these cases are often best pursued by groups of injured plaintiffs.
  • Medical Devices
    Manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, and others in the chain of commerce may be held liable if a medical device injures a patient due to a design defect, manufacturing defect, or marketing defect.
  • Working With a Products Liability Lawyer
    Working with an attorney to bring your products liability case can help you make sure you are pursuing all available damages, enlisting the appropriate experts, and seeking all the necessary evidence.
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