Dangerous or Defective Products | Romanucci & Blandin
If you or a loved one was injured while using a product that was dangerous or defection when it left the manufacturer or seller, you may be eligible for recover damages from the responsibly party. The manufacturer and seller of the goods can be held liable under products liability law for any dangerous or defective product that they have produced or sold.
The injured person, or plaintiff, in a product liability case has to prove there was a design or manufacturing defect in the product that caused their injury and that the manufacturer did not give sufficient warning against the possible dangers of the product. RB Law has the proficient and experienced personal injury attorneys who can determine if you have a claim against a manufacturer or seller and if we will help you get the compensation you deserve.
The three main types of product liability claims include:
- Design defect-The faulty design of the product caused an injury
- Failure to warn-The product’s packaging did not contain a proper warning label that informed consumers about the safety hazards of the property, which resulted in injuries from using the product
- Manufacturing defect-During the manufacturing process, a defect in the product occurred which caused serious physical injuries
Manufacturing defects are typically easier to prove than a design defect. When you are trying to prove a design defect, you need to pass judgment on the technical choices and you generally need expert testimony. RB Law’s dangerous or defective product attorneys will give you the legal guidance and assistance you need with your claim.
RB Law’s proficient product liability attorneys have the experience and necessary skills to help you with your claim. We have handled numerous product liability cases for our clients, including dangerous or defect product cases. We have handled cases for our clients who suffered injuries from dangerous or defective products, including cases involving:
- Auto parts
- Children’s toys
- Defective machine design
- Defective tires
- Household appliances
- Machines and equipment
- Prescription medications
- Unsafe consumer products
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If you have questions regarding your product liability case, contact us today for a free consultation at (312) 458-1000, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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