When a manufacturer sells a product to the public, the manufacturer warrants to the public that the product is safe and that it will perform as expected.
When the product injures someone and it fails to perform to the expectations of the public, the manufacturer can be held liable for the damages that are caused by the defective product.
South Carolina is one of the leaders in holding manufacturers responsible for the injuries caused due to their defective products. A manufacturer or a supplier of a particular part of even the retailer of a particular product may be held responsible for the injuries that are caused due to a product that they manufacture, produce, design or sell. Some examples of such defective products include various cars, minivans, trucks, tractor-trailers, medical devices, lead-based paint products and latex glove products.
Smith, Watts and Associates has extensive experience with products liability litigations. We have the manpower, resources and experience to take on these giant, corporate interests and demand justice and compensation for all of those persons seriously injured or killed due to a defective product.
If you would like to speak to an attorney about a defective product case, initial consultations are free. Contact our firm by phoning us at 843-332-4700, Toll Free 888-332-4703, or by e-mail.