Product Liability Lawyers Serving West Texas
After getting hurt working around the house or at work, many people may blame themselves for their “silly” accident. In many cases, however, the injured person may not even realize that the accident was the result of a product that was designed poorly or defectively, or that the manufacturer failed to warn about the very thing which caused the injury. Manufacturers selling products in the United States must meet a high standard for safe designing, manufacturing, labeling and packaging. If you were injured, you won’t know whether you have a claim against the product manufacturer, distributor or installer until you talk to an experienced personal injury lawyer.
Attorney Greg Allen has been representing clients in product liability litigation for nearly 25 years. Complex cases are often very technical and may include multiple parties who share liability. Frequently, the first component of the case includes determining which party (or parties) share a percentage of liability for compensating the plaintiff (injured party).
Civil Lawsuits Hold Manufacturers Accountable
If you are like many people in Texas, you may not like the idea of filing a lawsuit. But consider this: Our civil courts are often the only way to hold manufacturers from around the world accountable for designing, building and labeling unsafe products sold in America.
If You Were Not Using The Product Exactly According To Instructions
Courts have ruled that consumer and industrial products must be designed and manufactured to take into account the safety of the consumer. Even if you were not following specific instructions when you were injured, you may still have a product liability case if you were injured using the product in a reasonable way and for its intended purpose.
Allen Law Firm‘s experience in product liability injury and wrongful death litigation includes cases involving defective or dangerous:
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Call us at 325-309-6533 or send an email to arrange a free case evaluation at our offices in Abilene.