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Proving liability after being harmed by a defective product

Most of us cannot even imagine getting through the day without the help of some product. Unfortunately, we depend on products to complete or perform certain tasks. Because of the purpose something was designed to do, consumers purchase this product. However, if a product does not perform as it was intended, this could present some issues for the consumer. In some cases, it means having a product that simply does not work. However, it could also mean a product malfunctioning, causing a consumer to suffer great injury.

When a product is defective, consumers in California and elsewhere are often shocked. They are not only shocked that a product they purchased is not functioning properly but they are also shocked that they have suffered harms because of it. At Peach & Weathers, a Law Corporation, our skilled attorneys understand the dynamics of a products liability action and how to be successful with such a claim. Thus, we are dedicated to helping injured consumers in the Riverside area understand their situation and how best to move forward.

In order to succeed at a products liability action, a consumer must prove that there was a defect in the design of the product, the manufacturing of the product or the warnings included with the product. Our attorneys take the time to understand the matter at hand and what evidence is available. This helps us further investigate the matter, uncovering evidence that could help prove cause and liability.

To learn more, check out our law firm's products liability website. A defective product could cause a consumer an extensive amount of harm. This could result in increasing medical bills, rehabilitation, pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages. A civil action, such as a products liability claim, could help offset these losses and damages while also placing liability on the manufacturer at fault.

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