Product Liability Attorneys in Las Vegas, NV
Are You a Victim of Product Liability in Las Vegas?
Everyone wants to believe the products they buy are 100% safe. Unfortunately, this is not the case, and sometimes people suffer injuries as a result of the products they use. These injuries can have a significant impact on the rest of your life, and can especially cause you and your family grief if your injury was the result of a flawed product or inadequate instructions or warning labels.
At Gazda & Tadayon Accident & Injury Law, we can help! We’ve been in business for over 20 years representing people in product liability suits in Las Vegas. In our hands, you’ll receive the best legal representation in the city and therefore the greatest chance of getting the compensation you deserve!
Our team of lawyers has successfully brought to trial or settlement in cases involving:
- Drugs and medical devices
- Children’s products
- Motor vehicles
- Household appliances
- Consumer products
- Construction tools and equipment
- And many more!
Don’t face the complexities and difficulties of product liability lawsuits alone, which will only add to your worry and stress during this already stressful and uncertain time in your life. And above all, don’t let your injuries ruin the rest of your life! Call the best personal injury lawyers in Las Vegas at 702-220-7128 today!
We’re conveniently located in Las Vegas at 2600 S Rainbow Boulevard, Suite 200. Visit us online at www.gazadatadayon.com for more information about our law firm, including client testimonials. Schedule a Free Consultation Now!
Product Liability FAQs
In a strict product liability action, a plaintiff can recover damages without showing that the manufacturer or seller of a product was negligent. Strict product liability refers to one of the theories under which a plaintiff can proceed when bringing an action based upon an injury caused by a product.
Implied warranties are established by state law, and apply to most products sold within the state. Some examples of implied warranties include the “warranty of merchantability,” and the “warranty of fitness for a particular purpose.” In essence, these warranties state that a product will be fit and safe for its intended purpose.
Product liability refers to a manufacturer or seller being held liable for placing a defective product into the hands of a consumer.
Truly, a legally binding relationship, known as “privity of agreement,” needed to exist between the individual harmed by an item and the provider of the item all together for the harmed individual to recoup. In many states today, in any case, that necessity never again exists, and the harmed individual doesn’t need to be the buyer of the item so as to recoup.
If you were injured by a dangerous or defective product, you may entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and any pain and suffering you experienced. That being said, product liability lawsuits are typically complex affairs, so you’ll want to talk with a legal professional before moving forward.