Defective Product Attorneys
We rely on products in every area of our life. We must be able to rely on manufacturers and sellers to provide safe products that work as advertised. If a product fails to meet this standard, one or more of the companies in the chain of distribution can be held liable for the resulting injuries. If you’ve been injured by a defective product, contact us today.
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Product manufacturers, designers, producers, distributors and sellers have a duty to ensure that the products they provide are safe. One or more of these parties in the “chain of distribution” may be held liable for any injury caused by a defective product. Product liability is based on the principle that all consumers have a basic right to safe and effective products. Therefore, victims who have been injured by defective products may be entitled to financial compensation pain, suffering and other damages.
Types of Product Defects
Under any theories of liability listed above, a plaintiff must show that the product that caused injury was defective and that the defect made the product unreasonably dangerous. There are three types of defects:
- Manufacturing defects – Defects that are created during the assembly or manufacture of a product.
- Design defects – Defects that occur as a result of a poor or untested design. Design defects render every iteration of a product defective, no matter how carefully it is made.
- Marketing defects (failure to warn) – defects in the way that a seller markets a product, such as insufficient safety warnings, inaccurate labeling, or inadequate instructions.
We Represent clients in all types of product liability cases, including injuries caused by:
- Household products
- Drugs and medical devices
- Consumer products including food, clothing, toiletries.
- Children’s toys
- Construction equipment
- Exercise equipment
We also handle product liability cases involving automobiles and vehicle parts, including:
- Defective tires
- Defective airbags
- Defective seat belts
- SUV rollovers
- Defective components
- Defective motorcycles
- Defective helmets
- Defective All-terrain vehicles (ATVs)
- Defective Personal watercraft and jet-skis
Finally, we serve clients injured by construction-related products, including:
- Construction equipment and machinery
- Ladders and scaffolds
- Safety equipment
Product makers have a duty to provide safe products. If there are risks of harm associated with their products, they also must provide adequate warnings. If you’ve been injured by a dangerous or defective product, contact Cooper Law Partners today.
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