Determining the liable parties is a somewhat complex process. A key element in defective product claims is the chain of distribution, i.e., everyone who's involved in the product, all the way from the manufacturer down to the consumer.
There are several different types of parties that you may be able to name as defendants on your Texas injury claim:
- Manufacturers – there are various parties involved in manufacturing a product, all of which potentially could be held liable for your injuries, including parts manufacturers, design engineers, marketers, technical experts and other contracted consultants.
- Middlemen – any party involved with the product from the time it leaves the manufacturer to the time it reaches the consumer may be a viable party as well. This could include suppliers, wholesalers and distributors.
- Retailers – you also may be able to include the retail store where you purchased the product on your Texas defective product claim, but you’ll need to speak with your attorney to go over the details of your case to be certain.
If you decide to enlist the help of an attorney for your case, you can start by searching for experienced defective product lawyers on the State Bar of Texas website.
Contacting Texas Defective Product Lawyers
When you have experienced legal representation on your side, you can rest assured that your attorney will fight for all compensation to which you may be entitled, including past, current and future medical expenses; pain and suffering; lost earnings or earning potential; or wrongful death benefits.
While you focus on your recovery and emotional wellbeing, you should have Texas defective product lawyers at The Kahn Law Firm advocating for your rights. Contact us today – 1-713-226-9900 or toll-free 1-844-301-KAHN.