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Several legal theories may form basis of product liability claims, P.2

In our last post, we began looking at the legal theories that can be used in product liability claims. As we noted, the three basic theories are negligence, breach of warranty and strict liability. Strict liability claims, again, do not depend on a plaintiff’s ability to show failure to exercise reasonable care or breach of an established warranty.

Several legal theories may form basis of product liability claims

In pursuing a product liability claim, it is critical for a plaintiff, one who has been harmed by a defective product, to build the strongest possible case for the liability of the designer, manufacturer, or distributor, whoever is being targeted by the lawsuit.

Tesla Model S an interesting study of the relationship between consumer warnings and design defects,

In our last post, we began looking at Tesla Motors’ push to equip its vehicles with automatic driving technology. As we noted, though, even as the company is pushing the technology, it is facing the prospect of product liability litigation over accidents involving its Model S Autopilot feature.

Tesla Model S an interesting study of the relationship between consumer warnings and design defects

Automatic driving technology, readers have all heard, is the new, emerging trend in car manufacturing. One of the companies on the front lines of this trend is Tesla, which has begun equipping all its new cars with self-driving hardware. The development of this technology is certainly exciting given the possibilities, but there is also concern about the implications of accidents involving cars equipped with it.

Winning a product liability lawsuit means knowing the legal rules

If an unsafe or unreasonably dangerous and defective product injures you, you may have grounds to file a claim against the company that furnished, leased, distributed, sold, manufactured or designed the product. If you have suffered an injury related to that product, the company may be liable for that injury, and may be required to pay for your damages. This is what is referred to as product liability, and the law that governs it is known as product liability law.

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