Defective Product Lawyers
Were you seriously injured by a faulty product? You may be entitled to financial compensation. Call our reputable defective product lawyers to find out.
Consumers purchase products every day across the U.S. and every time they do, they trust that the products they buy are going to function as intended. We never expect that something we buy is going to harm us, especially when we use it correctly. But defective products can cause catastrophic injuries and illnesses. When this happens, your entire life could be turned upside down.
You don’t have to go through this alone. Our defective product lawyers at Monge & Associates could give you the peace of mind you’ve been hoping for. If we are able to take on your claim, we will work tirelessly to build a powerful case against the at-fault party.
Continue reading to learn more about the different types of defective products claims and who might be culpable for your injuries.
Types of Defective Product Claims
Any type of product can malfunction or be defective and cause severe injuries under the worst of circumstances. But the different ways in which these products are defective can also vary. There are three types of defective products claims. They include:
- Defective design
- Manufacturing defects
- Failure to warn (labeling defects)
If the product in your case had a design defect, it would affect the entire line of the product in question because there is an inherent flaw in the design of the product that causes it to be dangerous.
Manufacturing defects are different. Here, only one or a few of a specific product are defective as opposed to an entire line of the product.
And with labeling defects, the product manufacturer or other liable party has failed to put a warning label on a product that could be dangerous, even when used correctly.
Fault for Injuries Caused by Defective Products
Before a product can reach consumers, it needs to go through a lengthy design, manufacturing, and distribution process. That means there are many individuals and entities handling the product before it got to you. And each of them could have played a part in facilitating your injuries depending on the details of your case. Some of the different parties at fault for defective products claims include:
- Product designers
- Companies that own the product
- Product manufacturers
- Parts manufacturers
- Product distributors
- Safety inspectors
Call our Defective Product Lawyers
The thought of going to court may leave you feeling weary. But with our experienced defective product lawyers at Monge & Associates by your side, you can rest easier knowing a team of legal professionals are fighting for the compensation you deserve.
Our firm is proud to offer free, no-risk consultations to injury victims. Take advantage of this opportunity today. Call our office at 800-421-0174 or fill out the convenient contact form we have included at the bottom of this page.