Defective and Dangerous Product Injuries

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Product Liability Claims - Legal Overview

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.

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Strict Product Liability Laws

"Strict liability" rules govern most legal claims for injury caused by dangerous or defective products. We explain the concept here.

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Defective Product Claims Involving Medical Devices

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...

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Do Disclaimers Prevent Product Liability Claims?

If you're injured by a dangerous or defective product, can a disclaimer prevent you from a successful injury claim?

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Should You Bother Suing a Restaurant For Food Poisoning?

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.

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Liability for Injury Caused By a Construction Defect

Learn about the liability of the builder - architect, engineer, or contractor - when a construction defect causes injury.

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Types of Liability & Injury Lawsuits for Food Poisoning

Learn about the different legal theories under which a business could be held liable (and sued) for food poisoning.

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Product Liability Lawsuits for Choking Hazards

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...

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Breach of Warranty in a Defective Product Case

Here's how a warranty (express or implied) can affect your defective or dangerous product injury case.

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Defenses in a Product Liability Lawsuit

Learn about the ways a seller or manufacturer would try to avoid legal liability for injuries caused by a defective or dangerous product.

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"Failure to Warn" in a Defective Product Case

If a manufacturer fails to adequately warn of potential dangers of its products' use, it may be liable for any resulting injuries.

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Difference Between FDA Class I, II, and III Recalls

The three classes of FDA product recalls are ordered by the degree of risk of injury to the public.

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Pharmaceutical Injury Cases: The Generic Drug Liability Problem

A recent Supreme Court decision protects generic drug manufacturers from product liability claims.

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How a Recall Affects a Defective Product Injury Claim

A recall may serve as evidence in a product liability case, but it doesn't prove or disprove manufacturer liability on it's own.

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Damages & Compensation in a Defective Product Case

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.

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