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Every year, thousands of individuals suffer serious injuries and damages due to defective or dangerous products. Defective and dangerous products can range from unsafe medications and dangerous medical devices to defective automobile parts, sports gear, and children’s toys. Products which may be dangerous if used incorrectly must attach warning labels to state potential dangers so that consumers can avoid such hazards.
Defective products may cause the following types of injury:
Because product manufacturers are required to release only safe products, a consumer who is injured by a dangerous or defective product may be able to pursue monetary compensation for any injuries, medical expenses, or lost wages they may have suffered by filing a personal injury lawsuit against the manufacturer of the product.
If you have been injured by a defective or dangerous product, contact our Atlanta product liability attorneys at Schneider Hammers right away! We believe every accident victim deserves to have aggressive representation on their side of the courtroom.
Types of Claims Involving Defective or Dangerous Products
Because there are so many ways in which a product can be defective, product liability claims must be examined on a case-by-case basis. To help you understand more about dangerous and defective product claims, we have listed the three major types of defects below:
1. Manufacturing defects:
Manufacturing defects arise when some type of error is made during the manufacturing process - for example, if an inferior grade of rubber is used to make car tires, or if the edges of a plastic toy are sharp enough to harm a child. In most cases, these products do not adhere to the specifications that are determined during the design process.
2. Design defects:
These types of defects occur when a product is defective from the moment it is designed. To prove this type of defect injured the consumer, a person or their legal representative must prove that the injuries could have been avoided if the product was designed differently.
3. Failure to provide warning:
Also called marketing defects, these types of defects occur when a manufacturer or producer fails to provide any warning labels regarding the potential dangers of the product. To prove this type of defect, a person or legal representation must prove that the manufacturer knew or should have known about the potential hazards of the product.
Our Team Has Recovered Millions of Dollars on Behalf of the Injured!If you have sustained injuries or lost a loved one due to a dangerous product, we encourage you to contact Schneider Hammers immediately. Our team can examine your case and determine who should be held responsible for your injuries or losses. We believe every accident victim reserves the right to pursue financial compensation for their harm. That is why we work diligently to ensure our clients are taken care of from start to finish. When you choose to work with our firm, we will handle all the complicated legal matters while you focus on the road to recovery.
Do not wait another minute to get the representation you need on your side of the courtroom. Our Atlanta personal injury lawyers are standing by to take your call!