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Product Liability Cases

Every product manufacturer has a responsibility to design and produce products that are reasonably safe for consumers to use. If a product contains a design flaw or defect that makes it dangerous, and a consumer gets hurt, the manufacturer could be liable for damages. If you have injuries from a defective product, contact the Huntsville product liability lawyers at Haney Paschal & Romoser, P.C. right away. You could be eligible for compensation.

Why Choose Us?

Your product liability attorney needs to have experience handling cases similar to yours. Out of all available lawyers near you, why choose us?

  • We have served clients in Huntsville and the surrounding area for more than 30 years.
  • We put clients first in everything we do, using all possible outlets for fair recovery.
  • We will travel to where you are if you are unable to come to our office for a consultation.

Our lawyers prove their dedication to client well-being every day. They work hard on behalf of their clients and have the results to showcase their commitment.

Why Do You Need a Lawyer?

Many product liability cases take the form of class actions. These are large cases with multiple plaintiffs, all pursuing damages from the same defendant for similar injuries. Class actions make the legal process more efficient when a common factor – such as a defective product – causes mass injuries. A lawyer can help you join an existing class action lawsuit involving the product that injured you.

Hiring an attorney can give you more negotiating power during settlement mediation with a major product manufacturer. It also gives you the ability to take the defendant to court if this will achieve the best results. Your lawyer can handle complicated legal processes the product liability case involves on your behalf. You can focus on recovering from your serious personal injuries while your attorney fights for fair compensation.

Examples of Product Liability Lawsuits

If a consumer good does not work the way it should, injured parties may have grounds for claims against the responsible company. A product liability lawsuit can arise after any type of accident involving a defective, dangerous, or malfunctioning product. Lawsuits have involved a few specific products, however, more than others, including:

  • Children’s toys
  • Playground equipment
  • Appliances
  • Auto parts
  • ATVs
  • Medical devices
  • Medications
  • Building materials (asbestos)

Product recalls can be evidence of a dangerous product defect, but you can still have a case against a company without a recall. Your lawyer needs proof that you used the product as the manufacturer intended, that the product contained a defect, and that the product caused your injuries. With these elements, you have grounds to file a damage claim.

Three Types of Product Defects

An injured consumer can have grounds for a product liability lawsuit in Texas based on a few different legal theories. The most common is strict liability. Strict liability means the manufacturer will be strictly liable – with no need for the plaintiff to prove negligence – for injuries its defective products cause. A consumer may have a strict liability case if the item contained one of three defects:

  1. Dangerous design
  2. Manufacturing error
  3. Marketing mistake

A consumer could also file a case on the grounds of manufacturer negligence or breach of warranty. Identifying the type of defect, the correct defendant, and the reason for the claim is easier with help from an attorney. A lawyer from Haney Paschal & Romoser, P.C. can review your case for free in Huntsville.

Contact Us Today

We take manufacturer responsibilities seriously. Thousands of consumers can suffer serious and irreversible damages because of a manufacturer’s negligence or intentional breach of warranty. We fight aggressively for the rights of consumers with injuries from defective products throughout Texas. Discuss your case with one of our lawyers today. Contact us online or call (936) 295-3712 to schedule your consultation.