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Product Liability: Results You Can Rely On

In the United States, there is an expectation that products purchased from a store are safe to use or consume as long as you follow any applicable guidelines or warnings. This is more than an expectation; it is the law. When you suffer injury or illness due to an unreasonably dangerous or defective product, you may have a valid product liability claim.

The attorneys at Flynn + Phillips, LLC, have the knowledge and experience to help you obtain the compensation you need to recover. Our four lawyers have over 80 combined years of experience and a record of results in courtrooms across Georgia. With offices in both Albany , we are able to conveniently serve those who have been injured statewide.

Skill And Experience In Product Liability — Proving Negligence

Product liability is a specified body of law. Proving that the device, medicine or food is defective is generally what makes these cases extremely complicated, which is why litigation experience is so important.

When a defective or dangerous product harms you, you can recover from manufacturers, designers or distributors. Product liability claims involve three types of negligence:

  • Manufacturing defect: During the manufacturing process, an error can result in a single product or batch that is dangerous when used.
  • Design defect: The manufacturer can produce a product exactly according to specifications, but the design itself may be dangerous.
  • Failure to warn: Some products are dangerous when not used in the proper way or used by younger children. Providing warnings about these hazards is also a requirement under the law.

Do You Believe A Defective Or Dangerous Product Caused Your Injuries?

When you or a loved one suffers injury, if it is safe to do so, preserve any possible evidence. Contact us first, and we will help you determine if you have a valid claim. In cases of a product injuring many people, you may qualify to be represented in a mass tort claim. Call our offices at 229-518-4050 or 800-646-8799. You can also send us your information online.