There are a number of different aspects of a product that can qualify it as a defective product in the eyes of consumers as well as the law. Corporations become liable for the injuries their products cause when the materials used to make those products are found to be harmful or toxic, when products are made so badly that they fall apart and are ingested by individuals or break and cause personal injury, or when appropriate warnings do not exist to alert consumers to potential dangers. A skilled Los Angeles and Nevada personal injury attorney with aggressive experience in defective products can help to organize a case that makes sense in court, and may be your best option for a favorable compensation award.
Defective products are known for being the subject of class-action law suits executed by multiple victims who have all suffered from symptoms or injuries listed in the case. Although many defective product cases are handled through class-action law suits, this does not mean that a single individual injured by a product cannot pursue their legal right to compensation. In fact, an individual injury can speak to the quality-control of a corporation as the point of negligence, which can sometimes be an easier case to pursue.