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Sometimes, potentially dangerous items and situations are not obvious. A glass jar can shatter, causing cuts and lacerations to one’s face; a car airbag can malfunction, resulting in spine, neck, and/or head injuries; or a toy that appears benign can conceal a dangerous choking hazard for young children. In each of these cases, any injuries that result from the dangerous product may be compensable through a product liability lawsuit.
A Virginia product liability lawsuit alleges that a dangerous defect existed with a product, and as a result of this defect, you or your loved one were injured. A successful product liability lawsuit can require expert testimony and the assistance of a dedicated and knowledgeable personal injury attorney.
A product that has one or more defects can be the subject of a product liability lawsuit if one of these defects caused your or your loved one’s injuries. A product may be rendered dangerous by a:
Establishing that a product is dangerous is not enough to warrant compensation; you generally must show that the manufacturer did not exercise reasonable care in attempting to detect, eliminate, fix, or warn consumers about the defect. This can require engineers, scientists, and/or other experts to testify in support of your case.
Hampton Injury Law and Virginia product liability attorney Jan Hoen are dedicated to helping injury victims recover the compensation they need for their injuries following a dangerous product accident. Attorney Jan Hoen has the resources and knowledge necessary to conduct an efficient yet thorough evaluation of your case. He will fight aggressively for the compensation you need and will keep you apprised of what to expect every step of the way. Contact Hampton Injury Law today if you or a loved one have been injured by a dangerous product.
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