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What Are The Different Types Of Defective Product Claims That Your Firm Handles?

Claims against manufacturers of products that cause injuries to individuals can be made against the manufacturer of the product, the designer of the product, or a distributor of the product. Everyone along the chain of distribution is responsible to the injured person. We handle any injury caused by a defective product.

If I No Longer Have The Equipment Or Device, Do I Still Have A Case?

If you no longer have the product, an effort would have to be made by the attorney handling the case to obtain either the product or a facsimile of it. The attorney could inform the manufacture and/or retailer that a claim is about to be made and direct that entity to preserve the product until the legal matter has ended.

Who Is Legally Responsible For A Defective Product In A Defective Product Liability Case?

The product manufacturer, the product designer, the product distributor/retailer, or anyone along the chain of distribution is potentially liable.

What Is the Statute Of Limitations On These Types Of Cases In New Jersey?

The statute of limitations is generally two years from the time of the injury, in the case of an adult, and two years from the date a minor attains 18 years of age.

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Clarence Barry-Austin, Esq.

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(973) 453-9495