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Long Island Product Liability Lawyers

New York Product Liability Lawyer

Experienced Product Liability Lawyers Fighting to Protect the Rights of Victims of Defective Products in Suffolk County, Nassau County, and Throughout Long Island

We trust manufacturers to provide us with products that not only perform as promised but are also safe for our use. However, there are instances when a poor design, an error in the manufacture, or even a malfunction causes a product to cause injury. These injuries can have devastating consequences on the victim as well as their loved ones. Working with an experienced New York product liability lawyer will help to improve your chances of recovering compensation for your injuries. 

The attorneys at The Harrison Law Group, P.C. are highly skilled and experienced in representing victims of incidents involving the use of defective products or equipment. We will work to identify all parties that can be held responsible for your injuries. We will gather the evidence needed to build a strong claim on your behalf. Our attorneys will fight for maximum compensation in your claim. We will work to get the best outcome for your case. 

Contact us today to schedule a consultation with an attorney from our law firm. Learn more about your rights and options. 

Elements of a Product Liability Case that an Experienced Long Island Product Liability Lawyers from the Harrison Law Group, P.C. Can Help You With 

No two product liability claims are the same. An experienced New York product liability lawyer will guide you in the best approach to take for your case. Some of the elements of a product liability case include: 

Duty 

Demonstrating duty is important in filing any personal injury claim. In a product liability claim, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers all have a responsibility to provide consumers with products that are safe for their use. Manufacturers are required to provide consumers with information about any precautions they should take when using the product. They should also place warnings on side effects or dangers in relation to using the product. Failing to provide an adequate warning on the dangers of the product is considered negligence. 

Negligence 

When manufacturers, distributors, or retailers fail to fulfill their duty to the consumer, they are considered negligent. A breach of duty may involve an error during manufacture, poor design, use of substandard parts, failure to provide an adequate warning on the dangers of the product, a malfunction of the product or even selling a damaged product to a consumer. 

Breach of warranty 

It is also possible for the victim to claim damages from the manufacturer or seller based on a breach of warranty. A warranty is an express or implied guarantee from the manufacturer or seller that the product will work in a certain way or will perform in accordance with a given standard. If the product fails and this results in an injury to the consumer, the manufacturer as well as the retailer can be held liable for the injuries suffered as a result of the use of the product. This is provided that the product was being used for its intended use. 

Strict liability 

It isn’t easy to prove that a manufacturer was negligent in designing or manufacturing a product. Strict liability does away with the need to prove that the manufacturer was at fault. This theory instead focuses on the product being dangerous in and of itself. In a strict liability claim, you will need to show that: 

  • the manufacturer or seller was responsible for manufacturing, distributing, or selling the product 
  • the product was defective and thus dangerous for use. You will also need to show that the defect caused the injury. 
  • The manufacturer did not provide adequate warning about the dangers of the product 
  • You did not alter the product in any way from how you purchased it when you used it. 

It is important to discuss your case with an experienced attorney. They will guide you on the best way to approach your claim. 

Contact the Harrison Law Group, P.C. to Consult with an Experienced Long Island Product Liability Lawyer & Determine Your Rights and Options 

Have you been injured by a defective product? You may be eligible to recover compensation for your injuries. Contact us to schedule an appointment with an experienced New York product liability lawyer from our law firm. Our lawyer will review your case and help you understand your rights and options. They will recommend the best course of action to maximize your compensation.

Manufacturers hold a responsibility to their product’s consumers that their products are neither dangerous nor defective. If you or a loved one has experienced an injury or death at the hands of a defective product, a Long Island product liability lawyer at The Harrison Law Group, P.C. can make sure that you are rightly compensated for your damages.

We pride ourselves on focusing on the big picture – your big picture, so we want to ensure that no manufacturer is taking advantage of you. Our team is composed of experienced and diverse personal injury lawyers who are skilled at prosecuting product liability cases. When you trust The Harrison Law Group, P.C. you are trusting a team that is dedicated to serving your best interest. We understand that many clients prefer negotiated settlements over trials and will take into account your preferences and needs during all litigation.

Furthermore, you can rest assured that our team will be available at your convenience. Whether it’s a night or weekend your assigned paralegal and attorney will be reachable, because we believe that you shouldn’t have to take time off work just to discuss your case. And you can trust that we will do everything in our power to help you receive your compensation, as we don’t accept any fees unless we win the case.

Share the details of your situation with our firm now to get personalized advice from our legal team.

Frequently Asked Questions About Product Liability in New York 

I was injured by a defective product but no longer have the product. Do I still have a case?

Yes. It is important to preserve the product that caused your injury in the same condition as it was when the incident occurred. This product will be important evidence in proving your product liability claim. However, you can still make a claim even if you no longer have the product. If you are thinking of making a claim, you should seek the advice of an attorney. An experienced New York product liability lawyer will determine the best way to approach your case to increase your chances of recovering maximum compensation. Contact the Harrison Law Group, P.C. to consult with an attorney and take the first step in your product liability case.

Who can I hold responsible for an injury from a defective product?

If you have been injured by a defective product you should consult an experienced attorney for guidance. There are several parties that you can hold liable in a product liability case depending on the circumstances of your case. Some of the parties that are often held liable for injuries resulting from defective products include the manufacturer, distributor, and retailer. If the product that caused the injury requires maintenance, you may also hold the company that provided the maintenance services liable for your injuries. An experienced attorney will review your case and the circumstances of your case to determine all parties that can be held liable for your injuries and maximize the compensation you recover.

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