When a product fails due to a defect and an injury results, the injured party has the right to seek damages under statutes related to negligence, strict liability and/or breach of warranty.
Product Liability can result from three different types of defects:
- Defective Design - Design of the product makes it unreasonably dangerous.
- Manufacturing Defects - The manufacturer's own production standards were not met, resulting in an injury.
- Marketing Defects - Improper labeling, poor instructions or failure to warn of hidden dangers.
Product liability cases are complex and lengthy, requiring substantial legal and financial resources to properly investigate and prepare. The Cooper Law Firm has these resources. We are dedicated to the protection of our client's rights and the identification of all responsible parties in the distribution chain, including the manufacturer, distributor and retailer.
While a negotiated settlement is often attractive, Mr. Cooper is a seasoned trial attorney who has faced some of the largest companies in the country and won't hesitate to take a case before a jury if it's the only way to recover the maximum damages for his client's injuries.
If a consumer product you assumed was safe has injured you, contact the Cooper Law Firm today for a free consultation and discussion of possible legal remedies. All cases are taken on contingency, meaning there is no fee without a recovery.