San Francisco Products Liability Lawyer

Product Liability

Mr.Braden represents individuals who have been injured as a result of an unsafe product that was designed, manufactured, sold, or furnished by a person or company.   He assists injured individuals in bringing their claims, and in their being fairly compensated for their injuries.  If you have been injured by a defective or dangerous product, contact us to discuss your situation.

When you purchase a product, it is reasonable to expect that the item in question is either safe to use or safe to consume. You don’t expect manufacturers to bring defective products to the market.

Unfortunately, for one reason or another, defective products do make it to the marketplace from time to time.

Working with an expert in San Francisco products liability law will be crucial if you are injured by a defective product. You can approach attorney James Braden if you need help pursuing a product liability case.

What Is Product Liability

Product liability refers to the liability that everyone in the supply chain takes on as they deliver items to the marketplace. If a product that reaches the market is defective in some way, one or multiple parties in that supply line may be on the hook for damages.

Product Liability Cases

Product Liability cases can be grouped according to their defects. The potential defects include design defects, manufacturing defects, or warning defects. Let’s discuss those defects in greater detail below.

Design Defects

If a product is defective due to design, that means it was flawed right from its conception. The manufacturer might have missed an issue that caused the product to be inherently dangerous, even if it was used properly.

It is the responsibility of the manufacturer to recognize that design defect. Failure to do so makes them liable for a personal injury claim.

Manufacturing Defects

Manufacturing defects emerge during the production of a specific item. The people in charge of making the item may have made a mistake that led to a dangerous defect. The quality assurance checkers may also be held responsible for missing the manufacturing flaw.

Marketing Defects

A manufacturer might be liable for a marketing defect if they fail to properly label their product.

For instance, a charger of some kind may be prone to excessive heating if it stays plugged in for a long time. If the manufacturer didn’t provide any warnings about that and you were injured, you will have a case under San Francisco products liability law.

Partner with James Braden today and hold the negligent party responsible for selling you a defective product.

Contact a San Francisco Products Liability Lawyer at The Law Office of James M. Braden for legal representation today. Let our experience help you.