Attorneys for Your Product Liability Claim
Caveat emptor means “let the buyer beware.” Modern law no longer follows that principle. Instead, the safety of the consumer is paramount, and an unsafe or defective product can lead to a product liability lawsuit.
Every designer, manufacturer, wholesaler, and retailer has to be sure that the end user gets a product that is as safe as possible. Some products, such as power tools, are unsafe by their very nature. However, failing to avoid a foreseeable risk with reasonable safety measures and clear instructions can still be grounds for a product liability lawsuit.
Examples of product liability include automotive defects such as SUV rollovers, restraint failure (seat belts/air bags), tire failure, and tread separation. Drugs that have produced adverse side effects, without appropriate testing or FDA approval, are also prime examples of product liability. Household products, machines, or tools used in business can also cause injury and be subject to product liability actions.
In a product liability lawsuit, answering the question of whether reasonable precautions were taken is a highly technical process. The factors involved will vary greatly depending on whether the product in question is a drug, a safety device, or an ordinary appliance. Legal actions for product liability are complex to say the least. Our experts’ extensive knowledge of manufacturing, testing and marketing processes provides invaluable support to Simmons Dallas, PLLC in the review and successful resolution of product liability cases. Our skilled product liability attorneys will be able to find the right technical experts to clarify the proper standard of care.
Our personal injury attorneys possess decades of experience in litigating defective medical device cases. Assisted by a team of in-house legal nurse consultants, our attorneys provide each client with high-level, individual representation.
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Our extensive trial experience and an ability to properly value a case provide Simmons Dallas, PLLC, with the necessary tools to handle your case. Contact us via e-mail, call us at 601-500-5526, or toll free at 888-833-8061.