Experienced & Professional PRODUCT LIABILITY Lawyer Van Nuys
Manufacturers, distributors, and retailers are responsible for product safety for the items that they sell to consumers across the country and in Los Angeles. If the products turn out to be unsafe and injure the very consumers who use them, the responsible individuals can be sued and held accountable for product liability. If you’ve experienced a similar situation, talk to our expert product liability lawyers in Van Nuys.
There are numerous reasons that a product can be classified as unsafe or likely to cause injury to a user. It includes defective materials, manufacturing mistakes, bad product designs, failure to provide adequate warnings, and failure to provide adequate instructions. Regardless of the type of product liability case you are facing, our Los Angeles product liability attorneys are prepared to evaluate, investigate, and craft a case regarding the defective product.
REASONS FOR DANGEROUS PRODUCTS
Some businesses seem to value profits over fair dealing and safety. We at Oceanbridge Law Firm have the ability and the resources to put together litigation teams capable of taking on the business to protect the rights of individuals that have been injured. Especially where dangerous products injure the elderly or young children, it is vital that manufacturers be held responsible for their role in injuries and deaths.
Many individuals purchase products without ever expecting that they will suffer catastrophic injuries. They expect that manufacturers and label developers have done their due diligence in testing and discussing the most effective and safe way to create and promote a product. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Which could lead to a product liability case.
If a product is rushed to the market without proper testing, evaluation, and determination of safety, it often is revealed that the manufacturer knew the product was dangerous on some level. In many product liability cases, it turns out that a relatively inexpensive change on the manufacturer’s part would have helped to prevent critical injuries and even deaths.