Defective and Dangerous Product Injuries
All Defective and Dangerous Product Injuries Articles
If you've been injured by a dangerous or defective product, here are the legal elements you'd need to prove in order to get compensation.
"Strict liability" rules govern most legal claims for injury caused by dangerous or defective products. We explain the concept here.
When a patient is injured by a defective medical device, a product liability claim may be made against the manufacturers or sellers of the device. Rea...
If you're injured by a dangerous or defective product, can a disclaimer prevent you from a successful injury claim?
Can you sue a restaurant for food poisoning? Sure, but unless you've suffered severe and lasting illness, it's usually not worth the trouble.
Learn about the liability of the builder - architect, engineer, or contractor - when a construction defect causes injury.
Learn about the different legal theories under which a business could be held liable (and sued) for food poisoning.
These types of product liability claims are usually brought by parents whose child choked on a toy, but adults can file a lawsuit for an injury to the...
Here's how a warranty (express or implied) can affect your defective or dangerous product injury case.
Learn about the ways a seller or manufacturer would try to avoid legal liability for injuries caused by a defective or dangerous product.
If a manufacturer fails to adequately warn of potential dangers of its products' use, it may be liable for any resulting injuries.
The three classes of FDA product recalls are ordered by the degree of risk of injury to the public.
A recent Supreme Court decision protects generic drug manufacturers from product liability claims.
A recall may serve as evidence in a product liability case, but it doesn't prove or disprove manufacturer liability on it's own.
If you were caused injury by a defective or dangerous product, you have an avenue for compensation for your damages through a product liability claim.