A routine trip to Northpark Mall or Renaissance at Colony Park could leave you with many regrets.
One minute you’re burning through a sale at one of your favorite stores, and the next, you’re seriously ill or suffer a personal injury because of something you bought. Corporations and businesses are trying to make a quick buck at the expense of ethics. You might discover that your legal rights are in jeopardy as a customer. Consumer protection law ensures your rights, and you have the right to retaliate if these rights have been violated due to false advertising, consumer fraud, or other legal issues. The Ridgeland consumer law attorneys at Ware Law Firm are fully aware of the laws implemented for your protection. Contact us to arrange a free case evaluation with a consumer attorney if you find yourself in need of help.
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Hiring a MS consumer law lawyer from Ware Law Firm is one of the best decisions you can make. A product liability claim is one that an individual makes against a business as a result of a faulty product. Individuals may file a claim for compensation if they sustain losses and injuries due to a defective product. They might demand payment for their pain and suffering, financial losses, and other losses. Consumer lawyers can use three methods to get compensation if a product causes you harm.
A product makes declarations about how it will behave or function. There are two types of warranties: expressed and implied. The warranty may be for a limited time only, or it may be a lifelong assurance.
An action for product liability based on negligence often consists of the following:
- A duty to deliver a safe product
- A violation of this duty of care due to the flaws in the goods
- Injury to the consumer
- A breach that directly caused the harm the consumer suffered
Your product liability attorney needs to demonstrate that the product had a flaw of some kind and that the plaintiff had been injured as a result. A strict liability claim approach emphasizes the product’s fault more than the defendant’s actions.
Ask a MS consumer law attorney about product defect claim options.