Representing Those Who Have Been Injured by a Defective Product
As consumers, we generally trust that the products being sold to us are safe. Sadly, this is not always the case, as unsafe products can slip past legal regulations or be negligently marketed as safe despite a company’s awareness of the risks.
If you have been affected by the use of an unsafe product, Morris, Andrews, Talmadge & Driggers, LLC can help.
What Qualifies as a Defective Product?
Product liability law protects consumers who have been injured by using a defective product. So what exactly qualifies a product as “defective”? Any design or manufacturing flaw that causes harm to users can be considered a defect, but even manufacturers who have produced an item exactly as was intended can be held liable if injury results from the intended use. In these cases, the product is considered “dangerous,” rather than defective. Dangerous drug side effects can also entitle victims to compensation under product liability laws.
Nearly any type of product can be classified as defective or dangerous if it causes injury to its users. Vehicles, medical devices and drugs, common household substances, electrical appliances, and a wide variety of other items are all common subjects of product liability cases.
We Will Advocate for You
Have you purchased a product that caused you or a loved one to be injured, or develop an illness? If so, the Morris, Andrews, Talmadge & Driggers, LLC team can be your advocate in the fight for justice. We have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients in past product liability cases — we are dedicated to representing the victims of corporate negligence and greed.