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What are the 3 types of product liability?

When consumers purchase a product, they expect the product to work as expected and to not cause them harm. Unfortunately, there are instances when a product does cause an individual an injury or illness. Consumers have a right to seek compensation when they are injured by a defective product.

Defective product cases are broad, but in most instances, they will fall into three categories. Those categories are lack of adequate warnings, defective manufacture and defective design.

In order to be successful in a product liability case, you will need to provide the following:

-- Because of the negligent act, you suffered actual damages.

-- A duty was owed to you by the product manufacturer.

-- That duty was breached.

-- That breach of duty actually caused your injury.

-- The "proximate cause" of your injury was the breach of duty.

At The Jasmer Law Firm, we provide our clients with smart, aggressive legal help for those who were injured in product liability accidents. We use a careful strategy and thorough investigation so that we can toughly negotiate a settlement or litigate the case in court.

For the last 14 years, we have worked to get compensation for our clients who have been injured in serious accidents, including product liability accidents. In doing so, we have recovered more than $85 million for our clients.

We offer free initial consultations and are located in downtown Chicago. We do not require our clients to pay us unless we are able to get compensation. To learn more, please visit our webpage on product liability accidents.

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