We buy new products like cars, household appliances, and medical devices in hopes that they’ll make our daily lives a little bit easier. However, some of those products may be poorly designed, improperly manufactured, or potentially dangerous.
It’s important for all consumers to remember that injuries or illnesses caused by defective products should be taken seriously. All product manufacturers are held to high standards in the U.S., and when they violate those standards to increase profits or rush production, they should be held liable for any injuries or illnesses that their customers suffer.
At Daniel Stark Injury Lawyers, our Texas defective product attorneys build claims for victims based on these factors:
- Negligence – This includes faulty product design, failure to inspect and test materials, improper manufacturing processes and assembly, and incomplete or missing safety information.
- Strict liability – We’ll need to prove that the product was defective and that the defect caused an injury or illness.
- Warranty of fitness – Product manufacturers are assumed to understand how consumers will use their products, but when products don’t meet expectations, a warranty of fitness may be breached.
Big corporations and product manufacturers may seem untouchable, but our legal team knows how to build strong claims that get results—even against some of the largest companies in the world. We’re here to help anyone who was injured by a defective product, and our consultations are always free.
November 14th, 2017|