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Product Liability Claims for Defective Cars

by David Peel on February 19, 2014

Product Liability Claims for Defective CarsWhen someone suffers injuries because of a defective car, the person may have a product liability claim. The injured person should be aware that there are different types of product liability claims. He should also know who he may be able to bring a product liability claim against to recover for his injuries.

An injured person may be able to bring a product liability claim for defectively manufactured cars or parts. With this type of claim, the injured person is claiming that the car or its parts were improperly manufactures and that the defect caused his injuries. In this case, the injured person can bring a claim for defects that occurred when the car or its parts were made or for problems that occurred during shipping or at the dealership. What is important is that the defect existed when it left the defendant’s control.

An injured person may also be able to bring a product liability claim for cars that have an unreasonably dangerous design. In this type of claim, the injured person is not claiming there was a defect with the manufacturing. Instead, the injured person is claiming that the car or its parts were designed in such a way that it results in injury.

It is also important to know who these claims can be brought against. Product liability claims for defective cars can be brought against a manufacturer of the parts manufacturer. They can also be brought against a car dealership who sold you the car.

If you or someone you know is interested in more information on product liability claims for defective cars, please contact Mr. Peel through PeelLawFirm.com. Mr. Peel practices personal injury law. He works in the West Tennessee area. His office is located in Millington, Tennessee.

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