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How to Prove Product Liability Claims in Georgia

Published on Jul 31, 2017 at 9:16 pm in Product Liability.

If you were injured, harmed, or suffered due to a defective or harmful product, drug, or device, you may have a right to file what is known as a product liability claim or lawsuit against the manufacturer of that product. Doing so can let you and your family receive the financial compensation you need to recover as well as send a message the manufacturer can’t ignore. That message is simple and states that products must be designed with safety as the #1 priority. Unsafe products should not be placed on the market.

Product liability claims in Georgia can be quite complex. When filing a Georgia product liability lawsuit, you need to prove or “demonstrate” strict liability. What this means is that you don’t generally need to prove negligence or intent. You will, however, need to prove the following points:

The Most Important Mass Torts in 2017

Published on Jun 26, 2017 at 4:08 pm in Product Liability.

Mass tort law is an aspect of personal injury law which involves cases with a large number of plaintiffs that share a common claim against a common group, company, or manufacturer. The most common types of personal injury mass torts involve pharmaceutical drugs, defective medical devices, and dangerous products. Mass tort claims make it infinitely easier for a law firm to help multiple clients at once and ensure action is taken to remove a defective or dangerous product from market.

Like many of the most complex types of civil lawsuits, mass torts can take years to fully settle. This is because most cases have strict deadlines that need to be followed. Also like most types of civil lawsuits, civil torts sometimes award settlements that offer both punitive and compensatory damages. These damages are rewarded to help victims recover as well as deter the defendant from repeating the same mistake.

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