Salesmen in the Roman Empire made a common expression out of a disclaimer: "caveat emptor," or "let the buyer beware." Disclaimers have gotten more complicated in modern times, allowing for the fact that the companies producing and distributing goods have a responsibility to keep their customers safe.
Whether it is a defective drug, a faulty auto part or simply a dangerous household product, your first instinct after suffering injury is to dispose of the product. As product liability attorneys, we want you to know that this is a mistake and may have a negative effect on any legal solution you may wish to pursue.
If you're a parent, one of the worst nightmares you can face is a serious injury to your child.
Anything can happen when you’re riding in a car. Drivers are trained to keep their eyes on the road, so it’s beyond surprising when an incident comes from overhead. Over the past 20 years, though, sunroofs have exploded in more than 200 different car models.