Greenville Product Liability Attorney

When a customer purchases a product, the last thing on their mind is the product may cause serious injury or death.

Product liability laws help the consumer hold companies responsible when they produce dangerous or defective products that cause serious injury or death to the consumer or user.

We handle the following types of product liability cases:

  • Appliances
  • Auto defects
  • Baby products
  • Children’s toys
  • Construction equipment
  • Electronic devices
  • Household chemicals
  • Medical devices

Pharmaceutical Products

If you or a loved one has suffered serious injury or death that was caused by a defective product, call the Harris Law Firm and talk with one of our experienced product liability attorneys.

Our Mississippi Product Liability attorney at the Harris Law Firm is passionate about getting our clients the justice they deserve. We have the knowledge and experience necessary to navigate through the complexities of the legal system in order to get you the money you are entitled to receive.

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Who is Responsible?

In order to establish liability in a product liability case, the injured person must prove that the product which caused the injury was both defective and unreasonably dangerous when compared to other similar products available in the marketplace.

An alternative doctrine for recovery is the Latin term “res ipsa loquitur,” which translates to “the thing speaks for itself” in Latin. This means that the event would not have happened if the product was not inherently dangerous, to begin with.

The three types of defects are the following:

  • Design defects – Something in the product design is flawed before manufacturing
  • Manufacturing defects – The defect occurred sometime and somewhere in the manufacturing or assembly process
  • Marketing defects – The way the product was marketed contained flaws, including improper safety warnings, inadequate labeling and insufficient instructions

Have Our Experienced & Skilled Legal Team On Your Side

When manufacturing a product, many companies put their profits over consumer safety. Rather, than produce a safe product, companies will often cut corners in order to hold down their manufacturing costs.

When we handle your product liability case, not only are we fighting for your compensation, we are also fighting for the safety of other consumers who could be injured or killed by this type of negligence.

Our Greenville product liability attorney knows it can be difficult and expensive to prosecute a product liability case because corporations are backed by millions of dollars and the best defense money can buy.

However, we have proven time and time again that no matter how hopeless your case may seem, our legal team is capable of creating an aggressive and personalized strategy to make a substantial impact.

Contact our firm and schedule your free consultation immediately.