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Product Liability

Product Liability

Manufacturers of goods like food, medicine, and consumer goods are expected to put their products into the stream of commerce with customer safety in mind. When companies fail to prevent defective products from entering the market, they are responsible for compensating consumers for their losses.

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Product Liability

Joliet / Wheaton / Rockford Product Liability / Defective Product Injuries

Whenever we purchase a product, whether it be a baby stroller or a car, we have an expectation that it is going to be safe. There are even safety laws that product manufacturers must comply with in order to sell their products. The Joliet product liability lawyers at Zayed Law Offices should be your first contact in the event of a product injury.

What happens when goods and services fail to meet legal standards and cause injury or even death? At Zayed Law Offices, we pursue justice on behalf of men, women and children who have been seriously injured by defective or dangerous products.

This firm also represents clients who have suffered a workplace injury as a result of unguarded machinery or other unsafe work conditions, including defective construction equipment.

Our principal attorney takes pride in knowing that he is not only helping individuals harmed through no fault of their own, but that he is also helping to stop future harm from bad products.

We Do What It Takes to Make Things Right

We are willing to do what it takes to investigate the events leading up to your accident. This means that we will hire the experts necessary to review product design, including engineers, designers, architects and contractors. We will track down witnesses and interview those whose testimony may have bearing in your case. In short, we will do everything possible to build a strong case to help you obtain the compensation for medical expenses as well as pain and suffering.

 

Manufacturers of goods like food, medicine, and consumer goods are expected to put their products into the stream of commerce with customer safety in mind. When companies fail to prevent defective products from entering the market, they are responsible for compensating consumers for their losses

Retaining an experienced product liability attorney will provide you with the best opportunity for recovering under a theory of product liability. These cases can be highly complex and costly. Moreover, you will need to hire an attorney to marshal an array of experts to analyze the specifics of your case.

Expert witnesses are the lynch pin of any successful product liability claim. Experts are needed to deconstruct the history of any given product and determine what may have been wrong. It is important to contact an attorney who has a network of experts who can readily deconstruct the injury causing product.

The research and expertise of scientists, experts, and engineers will play a crucial role in determining whether a product is safe. If you suspect you have been injured because of a defective car or product, you should consult a product liability attorney as soon as possible.

The window of time in which you can file a claim for product liability is generally within 2 years from the time of the injury. You should consult an experienced injury attorney about the nuances of product liability law if you suspect you have been injured.

There are three types of product liability claims, those based on design defects, manufacturing defects, and marketing defects. Design defects include flaws in the actual design of a product. Manufacturing defects include negligence in manufacturing. And marketing defects include flaws in the wording of the label or instructions on the product.