Products don’t just have to be physical objects but they can also be intangible objects including but not limited to, naturals (animals), real estate (house), and writings (navigational charts). Defective product claims can be based on negligence, strict liability, or breach of warranty of fitness depending on the jurisdiction within the claim is based. In any case one must prove that it is not their fault and that the product is defective. A claim for compensation can be brought forward with the help of our seasoned defective product lawyers in Greenville, SC.
There are three types of product defects that incur liability in manufacturers and suppliers:
- Design defects, which exist before the product is manufacturer and are dangerous to use due to a design flaw.
- Manufacturing defects occur when the product is manufactured or produced. Only a few products out of the many products or devices made are actually defective in this case.
- Defects in marketing, where in defective products can be determined by wrong labeling and failure to warn the consumer of dangers in the product.
Defective products are a strict liability case which means that if there is a defect in the product that causes harm, whoever created the product will be held liable and it is irrelevant whether or not the manufacturer or supplier exercised great care. If the product harms the consumer it will result in a lawsuit and that is the risk the manufacturer is willing to take when creating the product.
There are many defective product cases each year and Guest and Brady is ready and able to help you with your case. The team at Guest and Brady have been in business for many years and have handled many defective product cases from both large and small manufacturers. We make sure we do our research and try our best to win the case for your sake and for the sake of future consumers of the product. We make sure the manufacturer or supplier is held responsible for their their actions.
If you need legal assistance with a defective product claim, contact our veteran defective product lawyers at 864.233.7200.