Failure to Warn
Many products are quite useful and safe when used in a certain way. Nevertheless they can be quite dangerous when used in a way that the manufacturer did not intend. Where this occurs, the manufacturer has a duty to warn the customer of the hazards associated with the product. Where there has been a failure, the customer has a claim for damages against the party who failed to warn. These cases can be quite complex with manufacturers using all manner of dodges to escape responsibility. Parties seeking compensation are urged to contact an attorney.
Have you been a victim of a failure to warn from a manufacturer?
Nearly all products from tractors to home products have dangers. This is evidenced by the fact that most products a person buys on the market contain instructions with several pages of warnings about the bad things that can happen if the product is misused. To protect a manufacturer from a claim, it is important that the warning be clear and that it be displayed in a way that the purchaser will notice. Even when such a warning has been given, that does not totally protect a manufacturer from claims. Where a product is unreasonably dangerous, such as breast implants that cause cancer or anti-depressant drugs that cause suicidal thoughts, no amount of warning will protect the manufacturer as there is also a
Effective Liability Firm
At Shoop | A Professional Law Corporation, the firm represents clients who seek full compensation for injuries that come from failure to warn. Attorney David Shoop is skilled at identifying the correct firms to sue. He is an able litigator which gives manufactures pause to consider the repercussions of not settling for quick and fair compensation to the product injury victims. He seeks full compensation for his clients including medical expenses, hospitalization costs, loss of income, property losses and pain and suffering and has won many large awards for his clients.