Product liability refers to the legal liability of manufacturers or sellers to compensate buyers, users and even bystanders for damages or injuries suffered because of defects in goods purchased. It also refers to the legal liability of manufacturers or sellers to compensate buyers, users and even bystanders for damages or injuries suffered because of defects in goods purchased. Product liability law is the area of law governing product liability litigation.
You may have a defective product liability claim if you have been injured or suffered other damages because of a product you used. Though the range of defective product cases is broad, the claims typically fall into three categories of product liability: faulty manufacture, imperfect design, or failure to provide adequate warnings or instructions concerning the proper use of the product. Understanding these categories will help you determine whether you have a valid claim and the strategy to use in presenting your case.
A typical product liability case will involve a claim for damages against the manufacturer or seller of a product by a person injured by the product. The injured party, or plaintiff, will seek to prove that some deficiency caused the injury in how the product was made or marketed.
If you suspect this is happening, contact us at Castel & Hall, LLP. Here we can ensure that the guilty party faces the correct kind of repercussions and gets compensation for the victims. Knowing all your options is vital to making the right decisions when facing legal action. Here we can inform you of all your options, and together we can take care of whatever you need.