Frequently Asked Questions
Who do I sue if I’m injured by something I bought at a store?
If you are injured by a product you purchased, you can sue the make of the product, the retail place it was sold at, the packager and/or the delivery and distribution company. However, you have to prove that whichever person or company you sue caused or was responsible for the defect and your injuries.
What are the types of different product liability claims?
Generally, there are three different types of product liability claims a person can make if they are injured by a product. Dangerous product design, defect by the manufacturer and failure to provide adequate warning of a hazard. If you are injured by a product, you are not limited to just of these claims, rather the type of claim will be determined by the circumstances of the injury.
How do you prove a product liability claim?
Washington law requires the victim of a product injury to prove four things before they can collect compensation. They are 1) The product was defective (design, manufacturing, or lack of notice). 2) You were using the product for the purpose it was designed. 3) The defect caused you injury. 4) You suffered harm or a loss.
CASE SPOTLIGHT: Product Liability | Settlement $435,000.00
A 17-year old girl taking patch contraceptives, suffered blood clots due to an increase of estrogen. She was an active teenager involved in volleyball and tennis. Due to the nature of the blood clots she was no longer able to participate in sports. Outside counsel was associated and major drug manufacturer was sued. The case settled for $435,000.00.
Spokane County Defective Products Attorneys | Dangerous Drug Cases
Crary, Clark, Domanico, & Chuang, P.S., represents clients who have suffered dangerous side effects and injuries from drugs that have been recalled by the Federal Drugs Administration (FDA), including:
We recognize the seriousness of your case and the physical and financial consequences you may be faced with if you have been injured by one of the above drugs, or another prescription or non-prescription drug.
When you consult with Crary, Clark, Domanico, & Chuang, P.S., we will work with you to understand your situation and to learn about how the dangerous or defective drug has impacted your life. With the help of medical specialists and other experts, our team can create a case that is solidly supported by facts that will help us achieve fair compensation on your behalf.
Our Contingency Fees
At Crary, Clark, Domanico, & Chuang, P.S., our product liability cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If there is no recovery there is no fee.
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