Every year thousands of Americans are injured or killed due to defective products. Most product liability cases are tangible items that can be purchased, however, product liability lawsuits can also apply to other injuries, such as those caused by theme park rides and recreational vehicles. There are three types of product defects: Design, Manufacturing, and Marketing.
The liability associated with a product can happen along different parts of the supply chain—design, manufacturing, parts, assembly, wholesaler, or retail seller. Other forms of liability come through failure to place warning labels or otherwise warn consumers of potential hazards associated with a product. At Raphaelson & Levine, we work hard to determine where in the product supply chain the negligence that caused you harm occurred, and strive to see you receive justice for your injuries.
Below are examples of recent product liability lawsuit settlements we have secured for our past clients.