Dallas Defective Products Lawyer
Holding Manufacturers & Retailers Accountable
When buying something in a store or online, consumers expect the product to be safe. In fact, there are state and federal laws that require manufacturers and sellers to ensure that their products are not in any way defective or dangerous to users. Companies are also required to provide a proper warning if any part of their product is unsafe or if using it in a certain way could result in personal injury.
Unfortunately, companies fail in their duties and distribute products that can lead to a range of injuries. If you are the victim of an injury that has resulted from a defective product, contact the Law Offices of Robert Gregg immediately. Our Dallas defective products attorney has over 25 years of experience holding companies and sellers accountable for the injuries incurred by consumers and helping those victims obtain just compensation.
To speak with a trusted personal injury lawyer, reach out to our firm at (214) 891-7536 today.
How to Tell If You Have a Defective Liability Case
Texas law recognizes three types of product defects that make injured users eligible to file a claim for compensation.
Possible product defects include:
- Design defects: The design of the product contains flaws that make the product dangerous
- Manufacturing defects: The manufacturer made a mistake when making the product or made it from defective parts
- Failure to warn: The product has inadequate warnings about the potential risks of using the product
If you can prove that a product you possessed had at least one of these three defects, you may be entitled to compensation. That said, demonstrating product defects is easier said than done. The process of proving a defect can be very complicated. For instance, if you are claiming a product has a design defect, it is not enough to show that the design was unsafe.
You must also prove that:
- A less dangerous design could have been used
- Using that design would have been financially and technologically reasonable
- The alternative design would have reduced the risk of injury while maintaining most of the product’s use and utility
- Your injuries resulted from the design defect and not other reasons
We Handle the Hassle – You Live Your Life
If you believe that a product caused harm to you or a loved one, let our Dallas defective products lawyer help you. We are ready to put our knowledge and experience handling these types of personal injury cases to work for you.
Contact the Law Offices of Robert Gregg today at (214) 891-7536 to schedule your free consultation.