Product Defect Lawyers

Midland Product Defect Lawyers

From toys to household goods, medications to vehicle parts, defective products cause accidents across the U.S. every day. When using a professionally made product purchased from a store, consumers don’t expect to find themselves in danger. However, accidents caused by defective products can cause serious injuries like burns, broken bones, and spinal cord or brain damage. If you or a loved one have been affected in such a way, our team is on your side.

The Ammons Law Firm fights for consumers nationwide, and we’re not afraid to take on huge corporations. Seeing justice done isn’t always easy. However, we have a reputation for fighting hard for every single client, no matter what. Our hard work has helped us recover over $1 billion in settlements and verdicts, and we’ll keep fighting for as long as companies put their profits over people’s safety.

Call us at (281) 801-5617 to speak with our Midland team if you or a loved one were injured by a defective product. Our Midland product defect attorneys have helped the victims of corporate misconduct for over three decades.

How Product Liability Claims Work in Texas

If you’ve been injured by an unsafe product, there are three different arguments an attorney can use in a product liability case. Determining the correct approach may take an investigation and/or expert consultants. After listening to your story, The Ammons Law Firm will start considering your case from every angle to determine who may be held liable w.

Design Defects

When products don’t follow established safe design patterns or are configured in ways that might cause accidents and injuries even during appropriate consumer use, you may be able to bring a defective design claim. These cases can cover complaints like:

  • An SUV is prone to rollover accidents, which cause roof crush injuries
  • A piece of heavy machinery is designed so the “off” switch is in a hard-to-reach location, which means a worker has trouble shutting it down when a malfunction occurs
  • A semi-truck’s fuel tank is not sheltered by the truck frame, which makes it more likely to rupture during a collision

These types of cases often involve modeling a product and showing alternative designs that would have been safe for consumers. When there are safer alternative products on the marketplace, we may be able to use them as evidence for your claim.

Manufacturing Defects

Just because a product is designed safely doesn’t mean consumers will be able to use it without fear of harm. If a company cuts corners during the manufacturing process or fails to spot/fix an error, the final product might not work as planned. Manufacturing defect claims might involve:

  • Airbags that propel dangerous shrapnel at passengers when they inflate
  • A stroller being made from subpar materials that can collapse under the weight of a baby
  • A batch of medication that was contaminated by a dangerous substance

Such defects may only apply to some batches of each product, making them harder to prove. When you work with The Ammons Law Firm, you’ll also have our network of engineers and consultants on your side to help demonstrate how a manufacturing error turned your product into a hazard.

Marketing Defects

A lot of products come with hazards—we drive vehicles that run on the combustion of highly flammable gasoline, use toxic chemicals to keep our homes clean, and sometimes pursue hobbies that involve items like power tools. However, we expect products that are dangerous to come with warning labels that lay out the risks and provide instructions for safe use. You may be able to make a defective marketing claim when:

  • A children’s toy comes with small and/or detachable parts that are not listed as choking hazards
  • A drug with potentially dangerous side effects does not warn users about the risks
  • A car seat claims to have passed crash tests it actually failed

Marketing materials are responsible for laying out the ways consumers should and should not use products. Companies, in some cases, are expected to foresee reasonable consumer mistakes and warn against them—and not doing so could make them liable for a lawsuit.

Negligence and Product Liability

When it comes to winning a defective product case, you don’t have to prove specific negligence or malice on behalf of the designer, manufacturer, or seller. Companies that make their products available in U.S. markets are bound by law to ensure they are safe for consumers. Simply showing the existence of a defect and proving it materially affected you or a loved one is typically enough to win a case.

Contact the Midland Product Liability Lawyers at The Ammons Law Firm

If you or a loved one were injured or killed by a defective product, you must speak with the Midland product defect attorneys at The Ammons Law Firm. Product liability is a highly complex area of the law and can only be prosecuted by personal injury attorneys with training and experience. At The Ammons Law Firm, our product liability lawyers have over a century of combined experience, and our firm is regarded as one of the preeminent product liability law firms in the nation. Contact us today to learn how we can help you recover fair compensation under the law.

Call us at (281) 801-5617 to speak with our Midland product liability lawyers and learn how we can help you. 

Types of Product Liability Claims We Handle

Our attorneys have been at the forefront of many large product liability cases nationwide. Dangerous products enter the market every year and sadly, many remain there until the corporations offering them are forced to pay more in settlements than they make in sales. Ask us for help with product liability cases including:

  • Auto defects or defective vehicle parts (like tires)
  • Dangerous drugs
  • Defective medical devices
  • Defective ATVs and ATV rollover accidents
  • Dangerous toys and children’s products
  • Household goods and small electronics
  • Food poisoning (for humans and pets)

We are in a position to help consumers fight back against negligent companies that release dangerous products, and we see it as our duty to take these cases whenever we can. If you have been injured by a defective consumer good of any sort, reach out to The Ammons Law Firm for a free consultation.

Serving the Injured in Midland and Beyond

After being injured by a defective product, you could be able to recover compensation including:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost income
  • Reduced earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering
  • Disability
  • Disfigurement
  • Emotional distress

The best way to learn about your legal rights if you’re in this situation is to reach out directly to one of our lawyers. We are here to listen to your story and provide the advice you need as you try to decide what to do next.

Filing a claim provides you with the opportunity to get justice, and our team at The Ammons Law Firm is highly qualified and here to help you through the entire process. With nationwide experience bringing product liability cases, we have the knowledge and skill to mount a strong argument on your behalf. When you are ready to take the next steps after an injury caused by a defective product, call on our team.

Call (281) 801-5617 to schedule a free consultation with our Midland product liability attorneys. We’re here to help you maximize your compensation and find justice against negligent corporations..

Our Firm Will Fight for Your Right to Compensation
  • We Wrote the Book on Tire Defect Litigation

    Attorney Rob Ammons has not only handled some of the most complex tire defect cases but also wrote the book on how to properly litigate these types of cases.

  • Team Approach to Handling Each & Every Case

    Unlike smaller law firms, we have the resources necessary to tackle even the most complex cases. To ensure our clients get the best possible results, we hire industry experts and other professionals to advise on any complex legal issues.

  • Over a Billion Dollars Recovered for Our Clients

    Our seasoned legal professionals have handled some of the largest personal injury claims nationwide and have a strong track record of favorable outcomes.

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