Los Angeles Product Liability Lawyer

Providing Proficient & Experienced Representation

If you were injured by a defective product, you may be eligible for compensation. Depending on the product’s defect, you may be able to file a personal injury claim against the product’s distributor, manufacturer, or wholesaler, or a combination of any of the three. When people and companies decide to manufacture and distribute products, they take responsibility for when their products work improperly. Through the justice system, you can help hold these parties accountable for their negligent and/or reckless actions.

At Adamson Ahdoot LLP, our Los Angeles product liability attorneys can help you hold these parties accountable both legally and financially. Backed by more than 30 years of combined legal experience, we have helped countless clients receive the compensation they needed and deserved. As a result, we have a firm grasp on all the relevant procedures, paperwork, and laws. Using our extensive experience and comprehensive understanding of this complex area of law, we can help you with all your legal needs and help you get the compensation you are rightfully owed.

To schedule a free consultation with one of our product liability attorneys in Los Angeles, please either contact us online or call us today at (877) 871-3265.

Types of Product Defects

There are any number of ways a court can determine if a product is defective. There might be manufacturing defects, where an error occurred sometime during the manufacturing process of the product. There might be design defects, where the original blueprint design of the product was unreasonably dangerous and posed a risk to the product’s consumers. There might even be a failure to warn consumers of potential hazards associated with using the product. All these are legitimate reasons for why the product was defective and why the manufacturer, wholesaler, and/or distributor should be held liable. Our attorneys can help prove to the court there was a defect in the product you purchased and it caused you serious harm.

According to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), a warning label should:

  • Inform the consumer of existing hazards
  • Inform the consumer how to avoid the hazard
  • Inform the consumer of the effects of the hazard
  • Inform the consumer of the severity of the risk involved with the particular product