A products liability lawsuit may be brought by or on behalf of an individual injured or killed by a defective product against the manufacturer (and possibly the wholesalers, distributors and seller) of the defective product.
Products liability lawsuits generally may involve several legal theories including negligence, strict liability and breach of warranty that involve improperly performing products, as well as equipment explosions.
Generally speaking, one injured due to a defective product may seek compensation for medical expenses, physical pain and suffering, mental anguish, disfigurement, physical impairment, loss of earning capacity and property damage.
In certain cases, one may also be entitled to seek punitive damages. A spouse or child of the victim may seek compensation for loss of consortium.
In cases involving death, additional damages may be recoverable as well.
Contact Georgia attorneys at Farrar, Hennesy & Tanner, LLC, experts at product liability law in Georgia, for help with your Products Liability case!
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