When personal injury, death, or property damage results from a defective
product, a product liability claim may be filed. Some areas of product
manufacturing to be considered are: construction, design, formula, preparation,
assembling, testing, service, warnings, instructions, marketing, packaging,
or labeling. Attorney Trey Allen files claims on behalf of his clients
for strict liability in tort, negligence, concealment, non-disclosure,
misrepresentation, breach of express warranties, breach of implied warranties,
failure to warn or instruct, or under other legal theories based in tort
An individual or company can be held liable for a product if it is determined
to be defective or dangerous at the time that it left the manufacturer
or seller’s control. A defective product is one whose condition
renders it unsafe for normal or anticipatable handling and consumption.
An unreasonably dangerous product is one that is dangerous to an extent
beyond the contemplation of an ordinary consumer who purchases it, or
because a reasonably prudent manufacturer with knowledge of its dangerous
condition would not place it on the market.
The early investigation of product liability claims is vital. Preserving
physical evidence, investigating relevant scenes, and taking witness statements
are all essential to a case’s success. Physical evidence must be
evaluated by a qualified expert as soon as possible. The product or scene
must be documented with photographs and videotape if possible. Witness
statements must be taken promptly in order to preserve critical evidence.
Defective Product Cases
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