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Whether you live in Mobile or another Alabama town, you handle numerous products daily and probably purchase a few new ones each week. All of the things you use should be designed, manufactured, marketed, and sold in a way that is honest and safe.
When manufacturers, retailers, and other parties involved with creating and selling products lose sight of consumer safety or knowingly break the law, the result is defective products that are potentially dangerous hazards in your home.
If you were hurt because of a defective product, numerous federal and state laws might apply to your situation. Many laws dictate how products can and should be designed, manufactured, marketed, and sold. On the federal level, products and sales must conform to the Uniform Commercial Code, the Consumer Product Safety Act, the Child Safety Protection Act, and other statutes. Additionally, the Alabama Extended Manufacturers’ Liability Doctrine may cover products sold in Alabama.
Due to federal and Alabama law, there may be one or more theories of liability to sue a manufacturer, retailer, or other company. A theory of liability is why you believe the other party is liable for compensating you for your injuries. It is the legal basis for why that specific individual or business is responsible for a harmful incident.
Potential theories of liability for product liability claims include:
Each of these theories have legal nuances, and it typically takes a significant amount of investigation to determine the strongest theory. To learn more about these options and how to know which applies to your case, contact our Mobile defective product lawyers.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission keeps up-to-date information on the latest product recalls. Common types of defective products that can cause injury include:
Products are not all defective in the same way. Various things can go wrong at different stages of a product’s life, potentially making it dangerous to use. Three common types of defects are:
After being hurt because of a defective product, you may be ready to hold someone responsible and pursue compensation for your physical, emotional, and financial injuries. Through a product liability claim, which may involve an insurance claim or a lawsuit, our Mobile defective product lawyers can help you pursue compensation for:
Defective product claims can be complicated. The factors you need to prove to gain compensation vary depending on the type of defect and the theory of liability.
You should not try to handle a product liability claim by yourself. You are going to need a highly experienced and knowledgeable Mobile defective product lawyer. At Belt, Bruner & Barnett, P.C., we are prepared to help. We have years of experience handling a wide range of defective product claims, including various products and types of injuries.
We’ve successfully represented clients who have suffered many types of injuries, and we’ll do our best to pursue maximum compensation for your losses. We will deliver the attention you deserve and take care of all the details of your case so you can focus on recovery.Read More Reviews
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You may not know what to do or who to turn to after an accident that was caused by a product. You may not even know whether the product was defective or what went wrong. All these unanswered questions are why you should contact Belt, Bruner & Barnett P.C. We will thoroughly investigate your situation, including working with experts to find out what went wrong and whether the product had a design, manufacturing, or warning defect. Based on what we find, we will explain your legal options. We will then guide you through any option, including a product liability lawsuit.
For more information on your right to compensation after a defective product accident, contact our Mobile defective product lawyers at (205) 933-1500.
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