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Proving Negligence in Product Liability Cases

New Hampshire Product Liability Attorney

If a defective product has injured you, it is extremely important that a product liability attorney upholds your rights. Serious and catastrophic injuries are inflicted on innocent consumers every year. Sadly, they often could have been avoided if proper testing was carried out. Our firm is dedicated to consumer protection and has a high success rate in product liability cases. By utilizing our extensive background and knowledge in product liability, we have been able to help many defective product victims recover the compensation they are due. If you have been injured by a faulty product or poor product design, do not hesitate to speak with a New Hampshire product liability lawyer from Mulvey, Cornell & Mulvey.

There are generally three categories of product liability cases. These include: negligence, strict liability, and breach of warranty. Negligence in the manufacture or design of the product must be proven in order to hold the party liable for damages. In order to prove negligence, the court must be provided with the proper evidence.

Negligence and Injury Claims

Product liability negligence consists of three areas. These areas consist of duty, breach of duty and damage. By duty it is meant the duty that the company who manufactured the product had for you the consumer. All individuals and companies that sell products are bound by a duty to protect the consumer from harm. Next, it must be demonstrated that the defendant breached this duty by either not knowing the product was defective or knowing it was defective and carrying on anyway. This is a breach of duty. The last thing that must be demonstrated is damage. It must be shown that this product, and therefore this breach of duty, injured you. Lastly, the relation between the injury and the defective product must be demonstrated.

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