Portland Failure to Warn Product Liability Attorney
About Failure to Warn and Legal Action Against a Manufacturer
Failure to warn is a product liability issue that arises when an otherwise well designed or manufactured product fails to provide adequate warnings or instructions about proper use. This also applies if a product is dangerous when incorrectly used. The product may require special precautions that are not obvious or made known or to the consumer through proper warnings.
Examples of products that fall under the “failure to warn” category include hazardous chemicals that do not provide adequate instructions for use and toys that do not warn of choking hazards. Products are required to be safe for consumers who use the product for their intended purpose and by following the directions supplied. Products that contain an inherent danger must have warnings to consumers so that injury or death is avoided.
At the Law Offices of Timothy Grabe, we have assisted many clients to recover full compensation for damages in cases of injury from a failure to warn. Product liability cases are often complex, and it is important that the attorney you choose to represent you has extensive experience in product liability law. Our firm has been dealing with the lawyers representing commercial insurance companies successfully since 1983.
Please speak with a Portland failure to warn attorney from our firm immediately so that you can move forward with legal action on your behalf.
Have you been injured by a defective product in Portland?
If a product does not have proper instructions or provide an adequate warning to consumers, it can cause serious injury. Failure to warn is considered a marketing defect. The attorney you hire to represent you must be able to demonstrate that the injury caused by failure to warn may have been prevented had proper warnings to consumers be provided on the product. At the Law Offices of Timothy Grabe, our legal team will aggressively fight for a fair and favorably outcome.
Contact us at 971-645-7176 so that we can review your product liability case today.