When Do You Need A Thousand Oaks Product Liability Attorney?
Product Liability refers to the act of holding a manufacturer of a product to account, or liable, for knowingly or unknowingly placing a dangerous or defective product in the hands of consumers.
America is a country that is known to be a very large consumer society. It is therefore not surprising the rate at which new products get churned out from various factories nationwide. It is exactly in this scenario that many of the products you need and depend on in your everyday life end up causing injury, hurt and pain, during the process of you using it.
While there are more often than not very strict federal and state laws that regulate the manufacturing, storage and distribution of goods, these regulations, sadly, are not always enough to ensure that these goods being manufactured for your consumption and use, are devoid of defects, defects which in turn can cause you an injury.
Thankfully, there are laws in place that ensure protect you the consumer and ensure that if you are ever injured as a result of using any of these products previously spoken about, then the manufacturer of the product, and/or any of the components used in making the product, be held to account and liable for any damages caused you.
What Our Ventura Product Liability Attorney Can Do For You!
Generally speaking, the laws that govern product liability can often be quite different from those that govern general personal injury law. So this is one of the things you should take into consideration when hiring a product liability lawyer in Ventura County.
In this regard, our team of product liability attorneys are well versed in all the laws governing product liability in the state of California.
The very first thing we do when you sign us up to represent you, is to determine exactly what type of product defect we are dealing with, as there are basically three types of product defects, which are:
- Design Defects: Refers to when an element or component in the design of the product is defective.
- Marketing Defects: Involves an improper or incorrect labeling of a product. Or if it is devoid of adequate safety, precaution, or instructions about the product.
- Manufacturing Defects: Refers to an existing defect that occurs during the manufacturing or assembly process.
If you have been injured in any way, shape or form, as a result of using a defective product, then speak to our Ventura product liability lawyer to have a free consultation on how we can help you seek compensation.