FAQ: Product Liability Cases in L.A.
When should I speak to a product liability attorney?
An attorney should be contacted whenever an individual believes that he or she was injured due to the negligent manufacture or design of a product. It is important to review your case with an attorney immediately so that too much time does not pass between your injury and the legal action taken. A lawyer may need to review the evidence and ensure that it is not tampered with or gotten rid of. An attorney a our firm can evaluate your claim and advise you on your best course of action.
What type of product is considered dangerous?
Any product that is negligently manufactured, designed, or that does not have proper warnings visible can be considered a dangerous product.
Can I file my case at any time?
You may not file your case at any time you choose due to the fact that there is a limited amount of time in which you may file called a "statute of limitations". In order to find out if your claim is still valid, you need to speak with an attorney.
What is a defective product?
A defective product is a product that causes injury due to an inherent defect in the product itself. In such a case, the manufacturer of the product or the distributer may be held liable. These products could be a number of things from defective airbags to a dangerous drug. In any case that involves defective products, it is extremely important to speak with a knowledgeable and experienced attorney at your soonest convenience. An attorney from our firm can provide you with a free consultation so that you can begin immediately.
What types of product liability cases can Shoop Law assist with?
Our legal team provides the skilled representation needed in all types of product liability cases, including but not limited to dangerous products,
defective off-road vehicles,
dangerous infant products,
Cal-OSHA non-compliance, and
wrongful death claims. We carefully document the case as
proving negligence and all damages is crucial when filing a claim.
We assist with claims related to commercial and residential fires,
breach of warranty,
strict products liability,
failure to warn,
road design defects,
seat belt failure,
industrial equipment, and
farm machinery injury claims.