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Products Liability

Products liability refers to the liability of entities in the chain of manufacture of products, for damages those products cause. This includes manufacturers, distributors, suppliers and retailers. Products liability cases take on various forms including negligence, breach of warranty, strict liability, and a failure to warn.

It is almost always necessary to retain experts to testify about the safety of the product and the reasons it failed or did not cause the alleged injury. Depending on the complexity of the case, multiple expert disciplines can be necessary. Products liability is one of the most complicated areas of personal injury law, and even when properly managed, products liability cases can be very expensive to pursue and/or defend. This is why is it is critical to retain a law firm with experience in this area of the law, to minimize fees and expenses and resolve the dispute as economically as possible.

Klein & Wilson has defended the products of some of the largest companies in the world and is very experienced in defending such cases. Klein & Wilson evaluates products liability cases with its experts early in the case to understand what caused the injury and see if the case can be settled. When a case cannot be settled, Klein & Wilson's trial lawyers have the skill and experience to properly present the case to a jury. Take a look at our significant case results to see examples of how Klein & Wilson has realized client goals in products liability disputes.

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To speak with a lawyer at Klein & Wilson about a products liability dispute, call (949) 631-3300 or toll free (877) 857-0073. For online assistance, contact us by e-mail.

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