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Product Buying Experience?
Do You Have bad Product Buying Experience?
the right to file a lawsuit.
Products liability cases can be complicated, which is why you
should consider discussing your case with a lawyer.
How Is Product Liability Proven?
If a defective product injured you, you have the right to file a lawsuit. Manufacturers and product designers must develop and create products that are safe to use. Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. Often, products hit the market that can cause an injury or accident. In the United States, people suffer injuries from faulty products every single day. These products can range from medical devices to auto parts or prescription drugs.
The experienced Austin product liability lawyers at The Meyerson Law Firm understand how devastating these types of cases often are and will do everything we can to help you recover compensation. We encourage you to give us a call today to learn more about your rights and what steps you can take to pursue a product liability claim. Practicing law since 1995, you can trust The Meyerson Law Firm to represent you and your loved ones.
What are the Different Types of Product Defects?
The Meyerson Law Firm represents people throughout Texas and Colorado who have been injured by defective products. We work around the clock to ensure manufacturers and distributors of these products are held responsible for putting innocent consumers in harm's way. It is our goal to make products safer by holding these corporations accountable for their negligence.
There are several different ways products may be dangerous or pose a risk to consumers:
- Manufacturing defects
These types of defects occur when the product is being assembled or manufactured. A manufacturer may fail to confirm the item's specifications or make another mistake during the product's creation, resulting in a potentially dangerous defect.
- Failure to Warn/Marketing defects
These types of product liability cases commonly involve prescription drugs or other medications. If there are flaws in the way a product is marketed, such as inadequate safety warnings or instructions. Consumers must know how to use a product properly, so when a manufacturer fails to warn about the possible dangers, they may be held legally at-fault.
- Design defects
The manufacturing step may go smoothly, but the product could still be dangerous due to a design defect. Design defects can create safety hazards and commonly occur in product liability cases related to auto parts.
Examples of Defective Products
Unsafe, defective products can occur in every category, but some of the most common areas we see these types of cases include:
- Button batteries
- Medical devices
- Toys and electronics