If a person is seriously injured or killed while using a product in its intended manner, the manufacturer may be liable.
Legal liability may extend in some cases to distributors, retailers or sellers. Companies are required to warn their customers of potential hazards involving their products. Clearly visible warning labels, appropriate instructions or adequate disclaimers must accompany every product. Manufacturers must also ensure that poor quality parts are not utilized in the products they make. New Jersey law is constantly evolving in this area.
If you or a loved one is injured as the result of a dangerous, defective or malfunctioning product, you are entitled to compensation.
We will thoroughly analyze your case to determine the most viable path to take to best pursue a recovery for you. We will access the facts and retain the proper qualified experts to assist us in developing the most effective theories of liability.
Among the factors we will analyze and investigate are:
- Strict liability
- Failure to warn
- Industry standards
- Res Ipsa Loquitur
- Federalization and other regulatory concerns, requirements and standards
- Successor liability
- Potential for a class action
- Express and/or implied warranties
To speak with an experienced New Jersey Product Liability Lawyer immediately call us toll free at 1–800–923–3456 or contact us online to discuss your legal matter today.