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Product Liability

Each year there are millions of products that enter the market. Technological advances have certainly made products more convenient. However, many products that enter the market are made poorly or are so dangerous that it outweighs the benefits of using the product. When a business makes a product in such a way that it causes unexpected accidents or injuries, that business should be held liable for the injuries that result. If you or your loved one has been injured by a product and want to determine whether you are entitled to relief, contact Persons Firm today. Our firm is a personal injury firm that would be happy to help you determine whether you can obtain compensation for your damages.

Products Subject to Products Liability Claims

Generally, any type of product can be subject to a products liability claim. There have been products liability claims filed against companies for harm suffered after using prescriptions, toys, cookware, food, electronic devices and more. There are three different types of products liability claims:

  • Manufacturer’s Defect: A manufacturing defect is a defect that occurs while a product is being made. Manufacturing defects are unintended malfunctions of some, but not all of, the products that are made. However, a manufacturing defect can impact a large number of individuals. An example of a manufacturer’s defect is two missing screws from 1,000 of 25,000 chairs made, which causes the chair to collapse on impact.
  • Design Defect: A design defect is a defect that occurs while a product is created. Design defects usually occur as the result of intentional decisions made by companies. When a product is designed the creators make certain decisions regarding the look or functionality of a product. When a design defect occurs, it impacts every product created. An example of a design defect is a company creating a chair with only two legs for functionality. However, the design of two chairs causes the chair to collapse on impact.
  • Failure to Warn: Failure to warn is a type of defect that occurs when a manufacturer fails to warn individuals of dangers from the use of a product that are not obvious and could not be seen when using a product.

When products liability cases arise, there are a number of parties that may be sued. After injuries, a lawsuit may be initiated against a manufacturer, distributor, or retailer. To determine whether you have a right to relief, contact the Persons Firm for a risk-free initial consultation.

Contact an Experienced Attorney

If you have been injured in an accident or incident from the use of a product, you need an experienced attorney on your side. When you meet with The Persons Firm for an initial consultation, you will have a clear understanding of your right to relief, which will allow you to make an informed decision on how to proceed. The Persons Firm is located in Marietta, Georgia. Contact us today to determine how we can help you obtain relief.

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