Deer Park Product Liability Attorney
Representing Clients in Pasadena & The Houston Metro Area
Product liability is an area of law in which manufacturers, designers,
distributors, suppliers, retailers and others who participated in making
products available to the public are held accountable for the injuries
those products cause. Every years, thousands of people of all ages are
harmed by defective and/or dangerous products.
Most common product liability claims include:
- Medical devices
- Prescription drugs
- Children’s toys
- Auto parts
- Home appliances
- Household chemicals
Determining If You Have a Product Liability Claim
Title 4 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code §82 delineates
the regulations and laws surrounding product liability and claims, as
well as the duties and responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers.
The code also details information regarding dangerous drugs and pharmaceutical injuries.
The three major types of product liability claims are the following:
Design defect – Due to poor design, these products were already unsafe prior to
the manufacturing stage of production. A design defect effects every unit
that is created, making it a widespread concern.
Manufacturing defect – There are occasions when a product is designed sufficiently, however,
it is improperly manufactured or built. Typically, a few products may
be defectively manufactured, but there are some occasions where the problem
Marketing defect – If the product doesn’t offer proper instructions for use,
maintenance requirements or potential dangers, it is considered a marketing
error due to mislabeling. Manufacturers who fail to provide adequate disclaimers,
instructions and warnings can be liable for a product liability lawsuit.
Let Us Protect Your Rights Now
At The Soileau Law Firm, P.C., our
Deer Park personal injury attorney knows the damage these defective products can cause, whether it affects
your health or your money. We are prepared to conduct our own investigation,
gather the necessary evidence and fight for you in court.
Contact us today at (713) 581-9042 to set up a free initial case evaluation regarding
your injury case.