Product Liability: Results You Can Rely On
In the United States, there is an expectation that products purchased from a store are safe to use or consume as long as you follow any applicable guidelines or warnings. This is more than an expectation; it is the law. When you suffer injury or illness due to an unreasonably dangerous or defective product, you may have a valid product liability claim.
Patrick Flynn, Attorney at Law has the knowledge and experience to help you obtain the compensation you need to recover. With over 20 years of personal injury experience and a record of results in courtrooms across Georgia, Patrick is able to serve those who have been injured statewide.
Skill And Experience In Product Liability — Proving Negligence
Product liability is a specified body of law that is under the personal injury claims umbrella. Proving that the device, medicine or food is defective is generally what makes these cases extremely complicated, which is why litigation experience is so important.
When a defective or dangerous product harms you, you can recover from manufacturers, designers or distributors. Product liability claims involve three types of negligence:
- Manufacturing defect: During the manufacturing process, an error can result in a single product or batch that is dangerous when used.
- Design defect: The manufacturer can produce a product exactly according to specifications, but the design itself may be dangerous.
- Failure to warn: Some products are dangerous when not used in the proper way or used by younger children. Providing warnings about these hazards is also a requirement under the law.
If something caused you to inhale toxic chemicals, impaired your vision, cut you or caused a serious burn, preserve the evidence and call Patrick Flynn.
Do You Believe A Defective Or Dangerous Product Caused Your Injuries?
When you or a loved one suffers an injury, if it is safe to do so, preserve any possible evidence. Contact attorney Patrick Flynn as soon as possible to determine if you have a valid claim. In cases of a product injuring many people, you may qualify to be represented in a mass tort claim.