Personal Injury Cases For Product Injuries

When you purchase something new, you are buying it with the expectations that it is going to work as advertised. If it doesn't, then you should be able to return it for your money back. Also, when you buy something, you are going to expect that you aren't going to be injured by the product. If you do get injured, then you may have a personal injury case and you should speak to a lawyer about this possibility. There are many things that go into determining whether you actually do have a case and how much your case could be worth. A lawyer is going to be your best source when it comes to finding out these things. Here are some examples of times when you might have a case:

A product gets hotter than expected

If you purchase a product that is known to get hot, then you know to expect this. However, should the product get much hotter than a person would naturally expect and there is no warning label on the product warning you of just how hot it can get, then you may have a case if you get burned or harmed in any way. For example, you purchase a curling iron knowing it will get very hot. However, it should not get so hot that it singes your hair when you use it.

A product contains a common allergen with no warning

If you are purchasing a product that you wouldn't expect to have a common allergen in it and you have an allergic reaction due to the lack of a warning label, then you may have a case. For example, if you purchase an all-natural makeup and you have a serious reaction because it contains peanut oil, then you may have a case.

A product easily breaks under an expected amount of stress

If you purchase a product that is supposed to handle a certain amount of stress and that is how it functions, and you get hurt because it breaks instead of performing as promised, then this is a problem. For example, if you purchase a car jack and you use it correctly, but then it breaks and you are hurt, then you may have a case.


There are a lot of other things that go into determining whether you have a case and what your case is worth. Keep in mind that even if a product does have a warning label on it, there are other factors to consider, so you may still have a case, and this is why you need to talk to a lawyer.

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