Product Liability Lawyers In Brentwood, Arcadia, Thousand Oaks & Hayward
Counted among the top listed legal firms, Braff Accident Law Offices specializes in all areas of personal injury claims. The field of personal injuries is a large one that covers a lot of different types of injuries. One such type of injuries is the type that are sustained by people who have used a defective product. This is called product liability and is generally the result of a flaw in the design of a product, or an injury that is caused by improper quality checks of a product, manufacturing errors or lack of clear and proper instructions on how to use the product.
Categories of Product Liability
Like a lot of areas of personal injury law, the field of product liability can be complicated. There are varied areas of product liability cases. It can be difficult to categorize these types of injuries. For the purpose of understanding product liability, we’ll narrow down and explain the most common type of product liability cases.
Consumers are protected and it is completely reasonable for a consumer to expect to be able to use a product safely. This means every person, who is a participant for the product’s chain of supply is required to make sure the product they are manufacturing and selling is safe. This includes the designer, manufacturer, distributor and retailer.
Product Liability Could Mean Possible Compensation
There is help for you if you or a loved one has been injured due to the usage of a defective product. You may be eligible for damages for the pain and suffering, you’ve experienced. A skilled personal injury lawyer, like those at Braff Accident Law Offices, will be able to help you with any product liability claim you may have. If you feel you’ve been wronged, contact our firm right away and we will work with you to determine if you have a case. We will help identify all the parties that are liable or are involved:
Consultations are free, and Braff Accident Law Offices will provide you with an honest, no obligation analysis of your potential product liability case.