Consumers have the right to expect that the products they buy work as advertised. At a minimum, they should be able to rely on that, when used as directed, these products won’t harm them.
But we all know that sometime products are poorly built, poorly designed or sold with incomplete or missing information on how to use them safely. In these cases, the makers (and sometimes the sellers or resellers) of these products can be held liable for the damages they cause.
If you believe you have been harmed by a product that had either design or manufacturing defects–or that you were not properly instructed on how to use the product–you may have a defective product liability claim. Although the details vary from state to state, generally, to prevail in a product liability case, a plaintiff needs to show the following:
The Schultz Law team has a successful track record with a wide range of product liability cases, including those involving the following products.
Schultz Law successfully pursues case against a negligent electric utility company, securing a $3 million settlement on behalf of the victimRead More