What is a Defective Product Liability Claim?
If you have been injured because of a product you used, you may have a defective product liability claim.
How do you know if you have a defective product liability claim?
Here are the three types of product liability claims:
- Defective manufacture — This is the most obvious type of defective product liability claim. The problem comes from the way it was made in the factory that caused it to harm you. For example, if a medication contains traces of a poisonous substance or the car you drive has a faulty airbag, those are cases of a defective manufacture claim.
- Defective design — This claims that the product is inherently dangerous because of the manufacturer’s specifications. When certain models of SUVs show a tendency to flip over when the driver is turning a corner, that is an example of a defective design.
- Failure to provide adequate warnings or instructions — This claim involves a product that can be dangerous in some way that might not be obvious to the user. For instance, if a medicine does not include potential side effects in its labeling, that can be a failure-to-warn claim.
At Vassar Law Firm, Attorney Peter J. Ram understands your concerns and the complexities in dealing with defective product liability claims. You can trust his years of experience in taking manufacturers of defective products to court and getting his clients the compensation they deserve for their pain and suffering.
Here’s Why Hurt Oklahomans Trust Vassar Law Firm:
- You pay no money up front and nothing until we win your case for you.
- We have 40 years of experience in the Oklahoma courts.
- We will travel statewide to meet with you and listen to your story.
- We have a proven record of big results for our clients.
- We have a generations-long reputation for treating our clients with respect and dignity.
Do you have a case? Call us today at 800-522-9443 or fill out the free legal consultation form on this page. Your initial consultation with us is always free. So what do you have to lose?