Austin Texas Product Liability Lawyers

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Have you or a loved one been injured by a defective product? If so, it is likely that others have experienced similar issues with the same product. These injuries may be as simple as some bumps or bruises but could be far more severe. It is not unheard of for cases of wrongful death to result from defective products. Our Austin personal injury attorneys at Glen Larson Law can hear the details of your situation and help you to pursue a legal claim if you have been harmed.

If you believe that one of the above factors played a part in your injury, start exploring your options. Contact our Austin Product Liability Law firm to request a free case evaluation at (512) 883-0277.

Austin Texas Product Liability Lawyers

GROUNDS FOR A VIABLE PRODUCT LIABILITY CLAIM INCLUDE:

At the Glen Larson Law, our Austin Personal Injury Attorneys Also Focus on the Following Practice Areas:

HOLDING MANUFACTURERS ACCOUNTABLE

Product liability law exists to defend consumers just like you. If you have been injured by a defective product, our Austin personal injury lawyers can research your case to help determine responsibility and pursue compensation. A product manufacturer will have a legal team who defends them in cases such as this, specializing in this area of law.

It is important that you secure legal representation familiar with it as well, and who will work tirelessly on your behalf. Whether a product defect should have led to a product recall, or you were not properly apprised of a recall by the manufacturer, we can fight for your right to full compensation.

How Do Dangerous Products Reach Consumers in Texas?

Just as negligence is a factor on our roadways, and public or private property in Texas, it can also exist within the consumer supply chain.

When a product’s designer, manufacturer, distributor, retailer, or marketer places profits over safety, consumers can suffer injuries, illnesses, or even fatalities from their use.

The most common product liability cases in Texas are caused by:

  • Design Defects

Design defects make products unreasonably dangerous to use because of the flaws in the way it was devised.

  • Manufacturing Defects

Manufacturers of all types of products — from clothing and furniture to drugs and medical devices — are obligated to create products free from defects and safe to use. If the manufacturers were aware — or should have been aware — that the creation of the product would cause harm to those who use it, the company may be held liable for the injuries and damages that resulted.

  • Failing to Provide Adequate Warnings, Directions, or Instructions

All consumer products must be distributed with directions, instructions, and warnings for use to ensure the consumer uses them as intended.

When the instructions do not exist, or are not complete, consumers may be injured by using the product the wrong way.

Our skilled Texas product liability attorneys can help you pursue the company responsible for providing the proper information that should accompany the product’s use.

What Type of Financial Recovery Can I Pursue During a Product Liability Claim in Texas?

Consumers who pursue product liability claims in Texas may be entitled to financial compensation for the costs associated with their injuries.

Depending on your claim, and how the injuries have impacted your daily activities and overall quality of life, we may pursue the following types of financial compensation:

  • Past medical expenses
  • Future medical expenses
  • Loss of past wages
  • Loss of future wages
  • Loss of wage-earning capacity
  • Reduced future earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering in the past
  • Pain and suffering in the future
  • Mental anguish in the past
  • Mental anguish in the future
  • Physical impairment in the past
  • Physical impairment in the future
  • Physical disfigurement in the future
  • Loss of household services in the future

If you have suffered an injury or lost a loved one using a defective product in Texas, call our skilled Austin product liability attorneys at Glen Larson Law at (512) 883-0277 or contact us online today to schedule a free consultation.

We pursue dedicated, driven results for our clients, and there is never a charge to talk to an attorney. We stand ready to help you.

Frequently Asked Questions for Our Product Liability Attorneys in Austin, Texas

What does “Products Liability” Mean in Legal Terms?

Products liability is a legal term for cases that seek monetary compensation for a person injured or killed because of a defective product’s use.

Who Can Be Held Liable for Injuries for Fatalities Caused by a Defective Product?

In defective product cases, our skilled Texas product liability lawyers will include all parties involved in the chain of distribution – from design to distribution. That may include the manufacturer, retailer, suppliers, wholesalers, and distributors.

Depending on your unique case, other defendants may include consultants, contractors, quality-control engineers, designers, pharmacies, and healthcare professionals.

How Do I Establish a Product Liability Claim in Texas?

Partnering with an experienced product liability claim attorney in Texas will allow you to pursue the liable party — or combination of parties — for your full financial recovery. At Glen Larson Law, we have the skill, experience, and resources to help prove that you would not have been injured by the product if it were not defective when used in the way it was intended, and that the defective product caused your injuries and the resulting damages.

How Long Does it Take to Settle a Product Liability Lawsuit in Texas?

The honest answer is, it depends on the circumstances of your unique case. Our skilled product liability attorneys in Austin will attempt to get your case settled as quickly as possible but will keep you updated on its progress every step of the way, so you know what to expect during the next steps.

If you have been injured by a defective product in Austin Texas, call us at (512) 883-0277.

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