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The defective products lawyers at Arentz Law Group, P.C. have dedicated their practice to helping victims of dangerous products recover full and just compensation for their damages. When a product proves to be defective, there are a number of parties that can be held responsible, such as the designer, the manufacturer, the marketer, and the distributor or vendor. Product liability law can be very complex: if you have suffered as a result of a dangerous product or drug, you need the support of an experienced attorney to ensure you achieve justice. The defective products lawyers at Arentz Law Group, P.C. are highly experienced in product liability litigation, and we have the resources and knowledge victims need to build a strong case. If you would like to learn more about dangerous products lawsuits, we invite you to contact us today to schedule a free case evaluation.
At Arentz Law Group, P.C., our defective products lawyers have successful experience in handling a variety of product liability claims. Some of the defective products around which we have helped our clients build cases include:
There are three main categories for product liability and defective product lawsuits:
Any party involved in designing, making, or distributing a product, whether it be a drug, a medical device, or another type of product, has an explicit responsibility to provide a product that is safe. Based on claims of negligence, our defective product lawyers have built cases around design errors, manufacturing mistakes, and the failure to warn the public about any dangers linked to a product.
In order to prove negligence, it is necessary to show that the party in question acted irresponsibly or unreasonably. With strict liability claims, however, the maker, builder, or retailer of a defective product can be held accountable regardless of intent or fault. If a product is proven to be dangerous, and injury or damage results from the use of that product, just the fact that the product is defective is enough the parties responsible accountable in a product liability lawsuit.
When a party violates their own guarantee, such as a guarantee of product safety, that party can be held accountable for breach of warranty. Product liability law dictates that when an implicit or express promise to consumers is broken (including the unstated promise that a product is safe or not defective), a breach of warranty has occurred.
If you or someone you love has been injured or worse by a defective product or drug, you have the right to pursue compensation for damages such as medical costs, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. To learn about how Arentz Law Group, P.C. can protect your rights, contact a dangerous products lawyer to schedule a free and confidential legal consultation.