Protecting You From Defective Products
If you’ve recently suffered an injury due to a defective product, you may be entitled to financial compensation. In Alabama and Georgia, a premises liability suit may be filed against anyone who had a role in the design, sale and/or manufacturing of the product, including the retailer, wholesaler, retailer and various others.
Common Types of Product Liability
The following are the most common examples of product liability in Georgia and Alabama:
- Manufacturer Defect — This type of defect occurs during the manufacturing process and generally results in a product that doesn’t satisfy specified safety requirements.
- Design Defect — When a product’s design causes it to be harmful to consumers, you may be entitled to financial compensation.
- Warning and Instruction Defect — This defect often involves a failure to properly label the product and/or warn the consumer.
- Unavoidably Dangerous Products — Under state law, manufacturers are required to warn relevant parties about products that are inherently, if not obviously, dangerous.
Now’s the Time
Cases involving product liability are often time-consuming and legally complex. It’s imperative that your health and safety are defended by an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. If you have a product liability claim, contact Quinn, Connor, Weaver, Davies & Rouco to schedule an appointment.