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Who Is Liable If a Recalled Car or Truck Caused the Accident?

Posted on June 16, 2022
Most car accidents are preventable and related to human error, such as a driver speeding or driving distracted. Some, however, are connected to defects with the vehicle that a driver has no control over. Despite safety technologies improving in the automotive industry, 2018 had more light vehicle safety recalls than any other year in...
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Types of Product Defects You Can Claim in a Product Liability Lawsuit

Posted on November 26, 2021
If a defective product causes an injury, illness or death, an impacted victim has the right to file a product liability lawsuit against the manufacturer or distributor of the item. A product liability lawsuit can be based on a legal theory such as strict liability, breach of warranty or negligence. Three types of product...
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How Can I Prove an Injury Is From a Defective Product?

Posted on January 22, 2021
A defective product can cause an immense amount of devastation. Unsuspecting consumers may suffer serious injuries, from lacerations to traumatic brain injuries, due to products that contain defects. You might know your injuries are from a defective product, but unfortunately, this will not be enough to obtain financial compensation from the item’s manufacturer. You...
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How Can I Prevent Trampoline Injuries?

Posted on May 16, 2017
Trampolines can be incredibly fun for children of all ages, and it’s a fantastic activity for the whole family during nice weather. However, trampolines also pose a measure of risk, and it’s important for you to understand the dangers of trampoline use to protect yourself and loved ones from injuries. Some injuries may even...
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Can a Consumer Always Sue When a Defective Product Causes Injury?

Posted on March 2, 2016
Product designers, manufacturers, and sellers are responsible for providing consumers with safe and properly marketed products. One of these parties may be liable for an injury if there is a hazardous flaw in the design or manufacturing of the item or if the risks or hazards associated with the product have not been properly...
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