When a corporation fails to use reasonable care to properly design, manufacture, test and inspect their products, they should be held accountable.
When a corporation fails to use reasonable care to properly design, manufacture, test and inspect their products, they should be held accountable for injuries caused by their negligence. The product liability attorneys at Lundy, Lundy, Soileau & South pursue our clients’ claims for injuries resulting from defective products with knowledge gained over many years of practice in this area. Our experienced litigators have been successful in state and federal courts in a wide range of cases involving defective equipment, products, drugs and machinery. We work with our clients to appropriately evaluate claims, including consulting with technical experts. By combining the experts’ relevant experience in the relevant fields with our knowledge of the laws governing these issues, our attorneys map out strategies which best suit the particular claims and the needs of each client.
Product liability cases generally fall under three main categories:
- Defective Manufacture – a product is flawed due to an error that occurred during the actual manufacturing process at the factory;
- Faulty Design – a product is inherently dangerous, even if it has been manufactured according to specifications; and
- Failure to Warn – the manufacturer failed to provide adequate warnings or instructions about the product’s proper use or failed to inform consumers of potential or latent dangers in the product.
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