Most people assume that it is safe to use the products they find on store shelves, but that’s not always the case. Thousands of consumers are injured by defective auto parts, toys, medical devices, and other products every year.
If you’ve been injured as a result of a defective product, it’s in your best interest to contact the product liability attorneys at Malloy Law Offices, LLC. You have the right to file a product liability claim in order to compensation for your injuries. Let us work tirelessly to ensure you are fully compensated.
There are three different types of product defects that may cause injuries: design, manufacturing, and marketing defects.
As its name suggests, a design defect is an issue with the way that the product is designed. Products with these defects are dangerous to use because of the way they are designed, not the way they are manufactured or assembled.
A manufacturing defect occurs when the product is being manufactured. Examples of manufacturing defects may include using the wrong nuts or bolts, using outdated components, or failing to assemble a product correctly. These errors can make a product defective and dangerous to use.
The final type is a marketing defect, which occurs when a product is sold without the proper warning labels or instructions. Labels and instructions help consumers understand how to safely use a product. Without this information, consumers may seriously injure themselves.
Anyone who was involved in the process of designing, manufacturing, and selling a defective product may be held liable in a product liability case. Some of the potentially liable parties include:
Liability does not have to fall on only one of these parties. In many cases, more than one party is held liable. The number of potentially liable parties is one of the reasons why product liability cases are so complex.
The strict liability law is applied to most product liability cases, which means the plaintiff does not need to prove that the defendant was negligent in order to win compensation. Instead, the plaintiff must prove:
There’s no need to prove that the defect was created as a result of another party’s negligence. Proving these five key elements is enough to win your case and recover compensation for your injuries.
Don’t make the mistake of assuming that it is easy to win a product liability case simply because you don’t need to prove negligence. Product liability cases are known for their complexities, which is why you shouldn’t try to handle your case on your own. Turn to the trusted defective product lawyers at Malloy Law Offices, LLC right away.
Our attorneys will conduct a thorough investigation to determine what type of defect existed and how it was created. The evidence that is gathered during this investigation will help us identify the parties that are liable for your injuries. Then, we will aggressively begin pursuing compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.
A number of disputes regarding liability may arise in a defective product case. But our experienced attorneys know what obstacles to expect, and more importantly, how to overcome them to win your case.
The at-fault manufacturer, retailer, wholesaler, or designer will most likely be represented by a team of attorneys. We aren’t afraid of going head-to-head with these attorneys to ensure you are able to recover as much compensation as possible. Call Malloy Law Offices, LLC now to learn more about your legal options.
If you’ve been injured by a defective product, contact the product liability lawyers at Malloy Law Offices, LLC as soon as possible. With over 15 years of experience, our team of attorneys have the skills and resources that you need to win your product liability claim. We won’t stop working for you until we have reached the best possible outcome in your case. To schedule a free consultation, call our office at 410-921-7092 or fill out the form on this website.