When A Manufacturer Or Vender Fails To Warn Of Risks

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When a consumer uses a defective product, resulting in injury or death, and the manufacturer or another responsible party did not warn that person of danger, a product liability claim may bring legal and financial relief. “Failure to warn” consumers of risks is classified as a product defect in Nevada state laws. However, defendants may insist that the injured person did not use the product as it was intended, and that product liability laws should, therefore, not apply.

Legally speaking, product liability cases of this type are often complex and challenging. Prompt gathering of evidence is important. Working with a skilled, effective trial lawyer is also critical. Kemp, Jones & Coulthard, LLP has repeatedly achieved successful recoveries for clients who had been injured after not being warned of dangers of products such as:

  • Drugs
  • Medical devices
  • Car parts
  • Propane tanks
  • Building materials
  • Other consumer products

In many cases, a manufacturer withholds information about injuries that occurred in product development testing. When someone else is injured and had not been given information about the risks, this may be the most important fact in the case. The manufacturer’s failure to warn consumers of known dangers may be the key to a favorable outcome in a product liability case involving a defective consumer product.

Justice For Consumers After Suffering Injuries Caused By Manufacturing Defects And Manufacturers’ Failure To Warn

Learn how a knowledgeable, aggressive attorney at Kemp, Jones & Coulthard, LLP can champion your legal right to compensation after an injury caused by a dangerous or defective product. Initial case evaluations are free. Reach us in our Las Vegas law offices by phone at 702-660-9105 or by email through our easy online intake form.