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Austin Product Liability Lawyers
If you were injured by a dangerous or defective product in Austin, TX, you should consider contacting a personal injury law firm for legal help. The product’s manufacturer or distributor may be strictly liable for your medical bills, lost income, and other losses related to your injury.
Our experienced Austin product liability lawyers at FVF Law can help you recover the compensation you need to move forward after your injury. But before that, we can help you understand your rights and options, which we’ll be extremely important if you plan to go up against a big corporation or manufacturer.
Our lawyers have been helping injured consumers since we started our practice. Our law office features a team of attorneys with 80 years of combined legal experience. We’ve used our experience and resources to recover millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for our clients.
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You expect the ordinary products you buy to be safe. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. Companies often cut corners to maximize their own profits without worrying about the harm they’ll cause. Those companies can be held liable for damages when people are hurt because of preventable product defects.
The thought of going toe-to-toe with a large corporation can be daunting. Fortunately, our Austin personal injury lawyers at FVF Law have over 80 years of experience between us. We know how the insurance companies and defense lawyers think–and we’re prepared to use our experience to your benefit.
When you hire our lawyers, we will:
Our lawyers will go above and beyond to hold the manufacturer accountable for all of your losses. To learn more about how an experienced personal injury attorney in Austin can help, call for more information about our practice areas.
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As we work to determine how much your personal injury case is worth, our lawyers will consider the following factors:
Big product manufacturers have teams of lawyers on their side. They’re trained to do everything possible to minimize the amount of money you take home.
Our lawyers at FVF Law are here to do the opposite. We’ll work to maximize the value of your claim, so you recover fair compensation for all the losses that have affected your life.
If you were injured because of a defective consumer product, the company that’s responsible should be accountable for all of your losses. That includes your economic damages (your financial losses) and your non-economic damages (your personal, intangible losses).
Victims are often entitled to compensation for:
In every case, our goal is to help you recover compensation for all your losses — not just the ones the insurance company wants to pay for. Contact us today to schedule a no-pressure consultation to explore the value of your case.
“Blame the victim” is a common insurance scare tactic in cases involving negligence. If the insurance company succeeds in blaming you, you could lose your right to recover damages under Texas modified comparative negligence rules.
Under Texas law, victims can seek compensation if they’re less than 51% responsible for their injuries. In these cases, your compensation is simply reduced by your percentage of fault.
If you’re at least 51% liable for your injuries, you lose your right to pursue compensation.
Defective products can cause severe injuries and even death. The range of possible injuries is far-reaching.
Our trial lawyers in Austin often represent clients who have suffered:
You shouldn’t have to struggle with your injuries alone. You can get helpful legal insight today by calling our law offices for a free case review.
You shouldn’t have to worry about getting hurt because of the products you buy. Our lawyers are here to protect your rights if you’re injured because of a defective or dangerous product.
Our Austin product liability attorneys handle all types of defective product cases, including those involving:
Even the most ordinary product has the potential to be dangerous if it suffers from a product defect. To learn more about how we can help you hold the manufacturing company accountable, schedule a free case evaluation today.
Texas product liability laws can protect you if you were injured because of a defective product.
Victims in product liability cases don’t always have to prove negligence. Strict liability laws apply as long as you were using the product as intended or in a reasonably foreseeable way. In other words, companies that design, manufacture, and sell products can be held strictly liable for their product defects.
To establish liability, you’ll have to prove that the product suffered from a defect that made it unreasonably dangerous for its intended use.
There are three types of product defects:
Any one of these defects can cause a product to become unreasonably dangerous.
Products that suffer from design defects are inherently flawed. Even if everything goes according to plan, some flaw in the design makes it dangerous. Manufacturers can be held liable if a reasonably safe alternative design exists.
To recover compensation based on design defects, you’ll have to prove:
If no reasonable, safe alternative exists, the company still has a duty to warn consumers about the risks.
Some products only become defective because of errors in the manufacturing process. The product’s design may be safe, but a mistake in putting the product together can make it dangerous.
For example, if a batch of prescription drugs is contaminated during the manufacturing process, that batch may suffer from a defect. Manufacturing defects can impact a single item or an entire batch of products.
Some types of products are dangerous regardless of how they’re manufactured or designed. For example, it’s impossible to eliminate all risks associated with using a chainsaw.
Still, manufacturers have a duty to warn consumers about non-obvious risks.
For example, drug manufacturing companies have a duty to warn patients about the risks associated with their medications.
It’s also possible that the product manufacturer was negligent. Negligence means that the at-fault party failed to exercise reasonable caution under the circumstances. If someone was injured because of those careless actions, the company could be held liable.
The statute of limitations in Texas personal injury cases is two years. You’ll have two years from the date of your injury to build your case and file a personal injury lawsuit. If you wait too long, you’ll lose your right to sue for damages.
Don’t make the mistake of assuming you have plenty of time to pursue your case. Delays in filing a personal injury lawsuit can weaken your case. Our lawyers are ready to get started today, so call today for your free initial consultation.
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Product liability cases are often more complex than your average car accident case. Our experienced Austin product liability lawyers at FVF Law have years of experience handling complex cases like yours. Give us a call today to learn more about how we can help you bounce back after an injury caused by a defective product.
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