When a product has not been properly designed, tested, manufactured, or labeled, it poses a threat to unsuspecting consumers. It is the manufacturers’ responsibility to ensure that the products they are putting on store shelves, in our homes, in our cars, and in our bodies are reasonably safe to use.
Yet, unfortunately, this is not always the case. Defective products make their way onto the market at an alarming rate, causing countless preventable injuries and deaths. If you or someone you love has been injured by a dangerous or defective product, it’s important to know that you have rights.
If you wish to speak with an experienced product liability attorney in Houston, our legal team is standing by to help. We're available around-the-clock and offer FREE case evaluations.
“Product liability” refers to a situation where a manufacturer or seller can be held legally responsible for injuries or death caused by its products. A product liability claim is based on evidence that the plaintiff's injury was proximately caused by some type of design flaw or manufacturing defect.
Some of the most common product liability claims involve:
Consumers cannot sue manufacturers for all injuries sustained in relation to their product; however, if the consumer was using the product according to its intended purpose and the injury was a result of a defect, the victim or surviving family members may have grounds to file a personal injury lawsuit.
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