- Written by John Kalil
Product Liability Attorney
Product liability becomes an issue when a person is injured due to the sale or manufacture of a defective good. The seller and/or manufacturer may become liable if they misrepresented the good or product, negligently manufactured or sold the product, caused a breach of warranty, or failed to warn of a known danger.
Product liability claims fall into three main categories: design defects, manufacturing defects, and failure to warn cases. Products causing injury can include household appliances, automobiles, industrial equipment, and airplanes. Liability can arise due to a product’s formula, preparation, assembly, installation, testing, warning instructions, marketing, packaging, or labeling.
Although product liability is often considered a “strict liability” tort that only requires a plaintiff to demonstrate that the product caused an injury due to the defect, you need an experienced advocate like John S. Kalil to help you obtain the expert testimony and evidence to prove your case.
If you have been injured by a defective product, contact the Law Offices of John S. Kalil. You can count on Attorney Kalil’s experience and proven success record to assist you in obtaining the compensation you deserve.