When you buy a product, you expect it to work as advertised. When you follow the directions and take it or use it as instructed, it should work the way that it claims to work. When an adverse reaction happens or it harms you, that’s when you can hold the company or seller accountable for their negligence. When that product is inherently dangerous, it could even fall under strict liability rather than just product liability.
You might be wondering whether your injuries would be better suited for product liability or strict product liability. At Bey & Associates, we’ve got you covered. Our product liability lawyers are here to guide you through the legal process so that you’re taking the right steps to the best outcome possible for you.