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Product Liability Lawyer in Bryan-College Station
Consumers and workers should not have to pay a price for defective design or manufacturing flaws.
What is Product Liability?
Whether injured by an automobile defect or a defective product, you may have a valid product liability claim to recover monetary damages for the injuries you or your family suffers as a result. We at Paradowski Law are here to help those injured in accidents caused by a dangerous or defective product in Texas. We have the skills and resources to pursue auto defect claims against major automakers that are responsible for the safe design and manufacture of the cars you trust every day. We approach every case as if it will go to trial, which ensures we obtain maximum compensation on your case and get for you what you deserve in these serious injury and death cases.
What Constitutes a Product Liability Claim in Texas?
In a product liability case, proving that the product is defective is crucial. A flaw in the product's design, the manufacturing process, or insufficient usage warnings could be the cause of this defect.
Texas operates under the principle of strict product liability. This means that it is not necessary to prove negligence. Regardless of whether they were aware of the flaw or not, the maker or seller may be held accountable if the product is found to be defective and this defect caused harm.
There are three primary categories of product liability claims: failure to warn, manufacturing defects, and design defects. For each kind, the plaintiff must provide proof that the product's flaw caused their losses or injuries. If you find yourself with a defective product, there are several steps you should take to ensure your safety and potentially receive compensation for the faulty item.
About Defective Car Part Claims
Auto defect claims are claims against automobile makers and component part manufacturers for problems that make the cars we drive unreasonably dangerous and likely to cause serious injury and death. Typical automobile defective product cases include faulty or defective tires that separate or delaminate, accelerators that stick, seats and seatbacks that fail unexpectedly during normal use, air bags that deploy unexpectedly or not at all, seatbelts, buckles and harnesses that fail to restrain occupants.