Washington Product Liability Attorneys
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Individuals are injured by the things that they buy every day. An injury that results from defective or dangerous products that land in the hands of the consumer may be cause for a product liability claim. While some of these injuries occur from intentional or mistaken misuse, many of them are a result of manufacturer errors. In these cases, if you are injured as a result of poor product design or manufacturing defects, or even a product that contains dangerous materials, you may have a case against one of the many parties involved in making and selling the product. Evergreen Personal Injury Counsel uses state-of-the-art technology, national experts, and in-house legal expertise to show juries how and why product injuries occur, how they could have been prevented, and what the effects are on those who have been seriously injured.
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What is Product Liability?
Product liability is the liability of a product’s manufacturer or seller that occurs when a defective or dangerous product lands in the hands of a consumer. Responsibility for injury-causing defects lies with all sellers in the distribution chain. Law requires that products must meet the ordinary expectations of the consumer for that particular product. When unexpected defects or danger come into the picture, the product cannot be said to meet the ordinary expectations of the consumer.
Product liability in the modern distribution and supply chain environment fall to any of the following parties, depending on the case:
- Product manufacturer
- A component part manufacturer
- A product assembler or installer
- Retail store selling the product to consumers
EPIC Product Liability Results
Our Product Liability Results
$8.9 million verdict for a passenger in a Ford vehicle that rolled causing its poorly designed roof to collapse and resulting in severe neck injury.
$3 million recovered for a baby permanently disabled when a faulty lamp shorted and caused electrical injury.
$1.8 million recovered for a young child who suffered severe neck injuries while jumping into a poorly designed inflatable backyard pool
$1.3 million recovered for a young child who suffered a foot injury requiring amputation caused from a poorly designed riding lawn mower.
$1.1 million recovered for a child who suffered severe burns from a defective home lighter.
$550,000 recovered for worker who suffered severe hand injuries while working on wood cutting machine that lacked sufficient guarding.