Who Should Be Held Responsible For A Defective Product?
Product liability holds manufacturers or sellers accountable for providing consumers with defective and unreasonably dangerous products.
If a product defect causes injury, the responsibility falls on the sellers of the product. The law mandates that products should should not cause harm when used in a foreseeable manner or even when reasonably misused. In the same way, a manufacturer that sells and unreasonably dangerous product cannot expect buyers and users to make it safe. Liability for a product defect could include any party in the product’s chain of distribution for instance:
- The product manufacturer
- A manufacturer of component parts
- A party that assembles or installs the product
- The wholesaler
- The retail store that sold the product
Liable companies should provide support to victims of product injuries who have suffered the consequences due to their negligent actions.
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What Does A Product Liability Lawyer Do?
From the date of the incident through recovery, an experienced product liability lawyer can assist you in determining the responsible parties for your injuries an damaging your claim effectively.
When individuals handle claims for serious and even minor injuries they need to interact with various entities such as:
- Insurance companies
- Medical providers
Defective products claim thousands of lives every year in addition to causing injury to thousands of people each year in Wisconsin.
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Should I Hire A Product Liability Lawyer?
If you have been injured by a defective product, get the guidance you need from an experienced product liability lawyer here at Habush Habush & Rottier to help you navigate the unfamiliar legal territory. A product liability lawyer can help you get the compensation you deserve and prevent the product from injuring other people.