Millions of products are sold Louisiana consumers daily. Many of these products make life easier by allowing us to do something we couldn’t otherwise do without that product. Usually everything operates as it should and the buyer is satisfied. However, as you may already have experienced, sometimes products don’t operate as they should. This could result in an injury that, by law, may hold the manufacturer responsible.
The type of laws governing products are regulations that enforce liability of the manufacturer if a product fails to be safe or if the manufacturer did not alert customers of possible injury that could be reasonably sustained from using the product. Products liability actions can cover a multitude of items but most frequently the associates at Bruno & Bruno see cases involving injury or wrongful death from items involving:
- Children’s items such as cribs, toys and clothing
- Motorized vehicles
- Consumer packaged goods and other food products
- Drugs, including both prescription and over-the-counter, and medical devices
- Appliances or electrical equipment
Each year thousands of people suffer injuries due to the malfunction or unintended misuse of a product. Products manufacturers must inform consumers of potential product dangers and also have a responsibility to manufacture safe products. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury or wrongful death due to a product, the members of our New Orleans law firm will conduct an in-depth investigation to determine the cause of your injuries. We will do out best to try to maximize the compensation recovered for you or your loved one’s injuries.
Trust the experienced team at Bruno & Bruno to handle your misfortune with professionalism and the knowledge you need to settle your case. You are not responsible for the malfunction or unknown dangers undisclosed to you that caused your products liability claim. Product liability cases can occur with any product; not just the ones listed above. Call now to begin the process of recovering for your injury or the wrongful death of your loved one.