North Carolina Product Liability Actions
If you have been injured by a defective product, you may be entitled to compensation. Under North Carolina law, a manufacturer, distributor, or retailer may, under certain circumstances, be held liable for injuries and damages caused by defects in the design or production of a product. They may also be held liable if inadequate warnings are provided to consumers about the product.
THE TYPES OF DAMAGES YOU MAY SEEK to recover in a product liability action INCLUDE:
- Property losses
- Past medical expenses
- Future medical expenses
- Lost income
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of the care and companionship of a loved one
- Punitive damages
Many factors will impact the amount of your recovery. These factors include the type of misconduct involved in your case and the extent of your injuries.
HOWARD LAW WILL FIGHT FOR YOU
Product liability actions can be complex and often require a variety of expert witnesses. Product manufactures often refuse to product pertinent evidence, claiming that their documents contain proprietary trade secrets. Howard Law's founding attorney, Brooke Howard, is experienced representing both plaintiffs and defendants in product liability actions and will vigorously pursue your case.
FREE CONSULTATIONS AND CONTINGENT FEE STRUCTURES
Call 919-446-5193 for a free consultation. We handle personal injury claims on a contingent fee structure. This means that you won’t pay for Howard Law's legal services unless you recover a verdict or settlement.