Most of the products we use on a daily basis perform as designed. Sometimes, however, when a product is negligently designed or manufactured, an inherent defect may pose risks to consumers. Learn about common product defects and the injuries they inflict in order to stay safe.
What is Product Liability?
Product liability refers to a product designer, manufacturer, or retailer being held responsible for injuries or illnesses caused by a product defect or design flaw. Typically, the parties that may be held liable in a product liability claim include the following:
The product designer
The product manufacturer
A manufacturer of component parts
The retail store that sold the product
Common Product Liability Injuries
There are many instances in which a product defect may harm consumers. Examples of common product liability claims include those that involve defective automobile parts, medical devices, building materials, and food products.
Common injuries that these defects may inflict include the following:
Traumatic brain injuries
If you or someone you love has been harmed due to a product defect, our product liability attorneys at Huffman & Huffman, PLLC are here to help. We’re not afraid to go up against large corporations and help you recover the compensation you need and deserve to pay for sudden expenses.
Contact us today at (757) 330-3425 to learn how we can assist you.