An injury which is caused by a dangerous or defective product is commonly referred to as a product liability case. A product can be dangerous or defective in several ways. It could be defectively designed without adequate safeguards, it could be designed correctly but malfunction and cause an injury, or it could be defective because it lacked adequate warnings to the user.
David Dowling has handled many product liability cases, including defectively designed automobiles, trucks, consumer products, medical devices and drugs, lawn mowers and sporting/climbing equipment. Our lawyers have handled product liability cases resulting from consumer products, such as furnace and water heater malfunctions resulting in carbon monoxide poisoning, and amusement rides and automobile cases.
Types of Dangerous Products
Product Liability Claims
If a dangerous or defective product causes injury to you or a family member, you may be able to file a product liability lawsuit to obtain compensation for pain and suffering, disfigurement, medical expenses, future medical costs, past and future lost earnings, impairment and disability, and loss of earnings capacity.
An experienced dangerous products attorney can approach the case from multiple angles, including:
- Negligence - failure to exercise reasonable care in the design, manufacture or distribution of the product.
- Strict liability - holds the manufacturer or supplier liable.
- Breach of warranty - the manufacturer or supplier breaches an expressed or implied warranty promise.
We encourage you to call Dean F. Piermattei, Esquire or David B. Dowling, Esquire (888-660-1646) to schedule a free consultation and analysis of your case.
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