When you purchase a product, you expect it to function as advertised and pose no unnecessary dangers during use. We almost always take for granted that products have undergone a series of tests and design plans in order to ensure that they function well once available for purchase. Nonetheless, this is not always the case and some products may have dangerous flaws inherent to the design. This may put you at risk even when using the product for its intended purpose and may cause potentially serious injuries or illnesses.
Manufacturers may never intend to make an unsafe product, but often put their bottom line ahead of safety and are liable for the damage they cause regardless. These dangers may indicate inadequate testing or even negligence on the company’s part, and you should not have to face the consequences for their mistake. If you or a loved one have been harmed by a product, the Georgetown design defects lawyers at Evans Moore, LLC can help you receive justice. You may even be eligible for compensation for your losses.
The company that produced the product is legally responsible for the injury the product caused if it is determined to be unreasonably dangerous as designed, even when using it for the intended purpose. This stipulation is essential, given that some products—such as knives or saws—have associated dangers and others do not.
When proving a company’s liability for creating an unsafe product, often a plaintiff may have to indicate the following information:
Without providing this information, it may be difficult to make and support a product liability claim.
You have the right to expect the products you buy to function well, without causing you unnecessary injury or suffering. The Georgetown design defects lawyers at Evans Moore, LLC are experienced in product liability law and are prepared to protect your rights to a safe product. We will help you strengthen your case against the company who harmed you, by ensuring you provide appropriate information to prove fault. You do not have to suffer from a product injury alone. To discuss the specifics of your case, contact us at (843) 995-5000 today.