This will depend upon what the product is and what the situation is. If you were damaged by a defective product, you definitely need to speak with an attorney so they can guide you through this situation. Just because the FDA does not have a recall does not mean that you do not have a…

You might have a case and it depends upon what the type of defect it is in the product. If it’s systemic, in other words, if it’s a defect in every single version of that product, let’s just say for example, in a car, and it’s brake system was defective in every single car that…

You need to select a competent attorney that has sufficient resources and time. The resources and time of your attorney should be able to combat any amount of money that the other side has in litigating the case.

This depends upon who the manufacturer is and what the product is, what your injuries are and what the circumstances are that lead to the injury. If the product is obviously dangerous, for example if it’s chicken with salmonella, then the product manufacturer or the restaurant should take care of your medical bills and any…

Yes, you can. I would suggest that you speak with an attorney that specializes in these type of cases as these type of cases are much more complicated and complex than your ordinary automobile accident case. You’re not just going to be able to sue your manufacturer because of the rollover. You would have to…

Yes. You should take pictures of the defective product, and you should also try to keep the defective product in the same condition as it last was when the incident arose.

Most likely you do. It depends upon where the product was made, where you were injured, but for the most part, most of the states provide you with four years to make a claim against a product manufacturer for a defective product.

Under normal circumstances 4 years, however you should always try to speak to a qualified attorney as soon as an incident happens for variety of reasons beyond the statutory limitations, including being able to prove your case and to deal with the other side and give them an opportunity to investigate the case and the…

Yes, a claim can be pursued under certain circumstances. You need to be under law entitled to make that claim. Only certain people, dependents are entitled to make the claim. You should speak to an attorney as soon as possible to see whether you or any other close family members qualify and then proceed according…

What you can do is you should speak with an attorney, and speak with that attorney as soon as possible. There are numerous things that might need to be done immediately, such as recovering the product, photographing things, and other matters that might go away if you let time pass by. The attorney will tell…

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