Literally millions of products enter the marketplace every day. And while you certainly expect – and hope – that every product passes safety tests and is completely safe for use, many of those products pose a serious threat.
In some cases, you may sustain minor injuries, while other cases may make you disfigured and disabled for the rest of your life.
While U.S. watchdogs do their best to inspect all products intended for consumer use, using some products nowadays can result in terrible injuries, loss of limbs, and even wrongful death… even when handled by the most cautious user!
Here’s the thing, our product liability lawyer Howard Craig Kornberg says, even the tiniest defect in a product may turn it into a deadly piece of equipment or tool.
Under federal and state laws in California, four elements of a product liability claim must be proven in order to obtain compensation for your damages and injuries:
Proving these four elements may be challenging, as people without law degrees have no idea how to present evidence in a way that would resonate with judges and juries who’d be reviewing your product liability claim.
Luckily for you, our product liability attorneys at the Law Offices of Howard Craig Kornberg know all the hidden pitfalls and shortcuts to prove the four elements of a product liability claim and obtain maximum monetary compensation on your behalf.
Every party that took part in the chain of distribution of the defective product may be held liable for product liability:
Under product liability laws in Riverside, all of the above-mentioned parties taking part in the manufacturing and distribution chain are strictly liable for injuries and damages caused by a faulty product.
In a claim seeking compensation for damages and injuries, your defective product lawyer can help impose strict liability in case of finding manufacturing defects, design defects, or proving that the product came with inadequate warning and instructions.
Whether the parties were negligent, reckless, or caused harm intentionally (which is rarely the case in product liability claims), manufacturers can be held liable for your injuries just as much as for failing to take precautions to prevent accidents.
Under federal and state laws in Riverside, businesses, and individuals who make products are required to inspect their products and pass them through safety tests before putting them on the market.
In case any dangers are detected during the tests, the company must either eliminate or minimize the risks, and issue adequate warning about the risks of using or misusing the product.
Only with the help of a Riverside product liability attorney you can prove that the way you used the product that caused damages and injuries was reasonably foreseeable (the element that confuses many consumers trying to obtain compensation).
Our experienced product liability attorney Howard Craig Kornberg, whose law firm is based in California, has zero tolerance for manufacturers that make defective products, equipment, and tools.
Contact the Law Offices of Howard Craig Kornberg, which takes an aggressive approach when handling product liability cases to hold manufacturers, distributors, and stores liable for your injuries and damages, to get a free initial consultation.