California Failure to Warn Attorneys
Bisnar|Chase are experienced California product liability lawyers who specialize in representing individuals who have been seriously injured or killed as the result of defective or incorrectly designed products or a manufacturers failure to warn of dangers associated with the product. This is typically referred to as a failure to warn of danger.
We have been representing people in California since 1978 against negligent products manufacturers and distributors. Our mission in pursuing product liability cases is to obtain just compensation for our injured client and, in the process, increase the accountability of companies to produce safe products and provide sufficient warning of any associated dangers.
Consumers purchase and use products trusting that they are safe and, if there are dangers associated with the product or its application, they trust that there will be sufficient warnings attached to the product that will warn them in a legible and easy to understand way.
Filing a Failure to Warn Case
If you have suffered injuries as a result of failure to warn of dangers, you may be able to file a claim for negligence to recover all of your damages including medical costs, personal suffering, future losses and, in some cases, punitive damages. Never proceed with a negligence claim without first obtaining legal advice in order to protect your rights.
The litigation and trial lawyers at Bisnar|Chase are experienced in the practice of products liability. They know the court system, can cut through insurance company red tape, and will make sure you are justly compensated for all current and future damages.
Product liability cases are generally referred to as strict product liability. The three basic ways a product may be defective is by design, manufacture or failure to warn of dangerous propensities of the product. In some situations manufacturers may also be liable for punitive damages. You may not have to prove that the manufacturer of a product was negligent but you will have to prove that the actual product was defective, that the defect existed prior to releasing the product, and that the defect caused the damages.
You may also be able to file a products liability claim if you can prove that although the product itself is not defective, the manufacturer or marketer of the product failed to warn you that certain ways of using the product could injure you. As consumers, we must trust manufacturers to create safe products for us to use. These products range from small things such as toys and household items, to larger items such as cars and pharmaceuticals.
We are familiar with the large packets of information that come with each and every product we purchase; always containing warning labels or pamphlets. Companies, by law, are required to educate and warn the customer of all the risks and dangers associated with using their product. Anything from a choking hazard to serious injury or death must be covered in the warning and safety pamphlets.
If you have been seriously injured by a product, it is your right and responsibility as a consumer to hold the manufacturer accountable. The experienced team of Californi product liability lawyers at Bisnar | Chase Personal Injury Attorneys has the resources necessary to go up against the big manufacturing companies and their insurance agencies. You need an aggressive and experienced attorney on your side.
Call us today for your free consultation at 1-800-561-4887
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