Defective Products FAQ

Who is liable for defective product?

It can be any number of people or entities. Depending on the situation, a designer, manufacturer or distributor can be held liable if they acted negligently or if the product is defective and unreasonably dangerous.

What kinds of products can be involved in a defective products lawsuit?

Any product that has resulted in the injury or wrongful death of a person using the product. Examples could be anything from a defective airbag in a car to a dangerous prescription drug.

What should I do if I think I am a victim of a defective product?

You should contact Tichenor & Dziuba LLP to find out what the best course of legal action is for your specific situation. Defective product cases frequently require extensive investigation and there may also be a statute of limitations affecting the filing of your case.

What is a class-action lawsuit?

When there are thousands of defective products in circulation, many people can be injured or die as a result of the same defect. When this happens, the victims can join together to file a single lawsuit against the company or person responsible. These lawsuits are called class-action lawsuits.

Despite increased regulation regarding the safety of consumer products, thousands of people are killed or seriously injured yearly as the result of defective products. If you or a family member has been injured or died as a result of a defective product, you should contact the experienced defective product attorneys at Tichenor & Dziuba LLP. Call us to schedule a free consultation.