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Twin Falls Product Liability Lawyers

A Brief Summary of the Following Article

  • The article discusses product liability claims and the right to file a claim for injuries caused by unsafe products.
  • Feller & Wendt offers legal expertise to handle product liability claims, providing a personalized approach to clients.
  • It outlines three types of product liability claims: defective manufacturing, defective design, and failure to warn or instruct.
  • The article also explains the potential recoverable damages in Idaho and how lawyers can assist in managing the claims process.

When you drive your car, operate appliances, or use any product, you trust the company, manufacturer, and designers to ensure the item is safe and warn you of any potential dangers. Unfortunately, many parties fail to do this, resulting in serious customer injuries. If this is the case for you, you have the right to file a claim and hold the at-fault party liable for the negligence. However, this can be challenging to do alone, especially because you may face a major company with large legal teams and insurance companies. 

At Feller & Wendt, we have the experience, skills, and knowledge to take on your product liability claim, no matter the circumstances. Our dedicated Twin Falls, ID product liability attorneys handle every aspect of your case so you can focus on recovery. We take a personalized approach, developing a plan based on your unique needs. With our team communicating with you every step of the way, you can make the best decisions for your future and rest assured your claim is in the right hands.

3 Types of Product Liability Claims

While every product liability claim is different, each one typically falls into one of three categories: defective manufacturing, defective design, or failure to warn. Understanding these classifications can help us identify a liable party and determine the best path to achieving maximum compensation. The details of these types of product liability claims include the following:

Defective Manufacturing

This type of claim involves an injury resulting from a manufacturing error. This may include an issue at the factory where the item was made. For example, a tainted batch of over-the-counter medication may be considered a manufacturing defect because the defect occurred while the item was being made. Our hardworking Twin Falls product liability lawyers can help prove your injuries resulted from this defect.

Defective Design

Perhaps you suffered an injury because a product was designed poorly. Unlike a manufacturing defect that affects one or a small batch of products, a design error can result in an entire line of dangerous products. For instance, if you suffer a burn injury from an electric blanket turned on high, the product designer may be liable for your damages, as this could result from poor design.

Failure to Warn or Properly Instruct

If a product is designed and manufactured properly, but the company fails to properly warn you of any potential dangers or provide proper instructions on using their product, your claim may fall under this category. Our lawyers can help you gather evidence to prove the company did not provide adequate instruction or warning.  

Potentially Recoverable Damages for Your Idaho Product Liability Claim

Injuries from a defective product can take a physical, emotional, and financial toll on your life, resulting in economic and non-economic damages. At Feller & Wendt, we work hard to accurately calculate your claim’s value and help you achieve maximum compensation for your injuries, which may include the following costs:

  • Past, present, and future medical bills
  • Lost wages from missed work
  • Property damage
  • Ambulance ride
  • Prescribed medications
  • Physical therapy and rehabilitation
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Reduced quality of life

When awarding damages, Idaho uses a modified comparative negligence system, which means each party involved in your claim receives a percentage of fault for the accident. Then, each party’s damages get reduced by their respective percentage. For example, if your claim is worth $100,000, and you are 15% at fault for the accident, you will receive $85,000. 

While this system helps you recover damages if you are partially responsible for your injuries, insurance companies may use it to undermine your claim and lowball you. Our skilled Twin Falls, ID product liability lawyers understand these tactics and fight tirelessly to secure a fair settlement.

How Can a Lawyer Help With Your Twin Falls Product Liability Claim?

After suffering injuries due to a defective product, recovery should be your top priority. However, this can be challenging if you attempt to handle the complicated legal process alone. At Feller & Wendt, we effectively and efficiently manage every element of your claim, including the following:

  • Conducting a thorough investigation
  • Gathering and analyzing evidence
  • Developing a customized strategy based on your situation
  • Interviewing witnesses
  • Negotiating with insurance adjusters on your behalf
  • Answering all your legal questions
  • Utilizing valuable resources to strengthen your claim
  • Filing your claim properly
  • Taking your claim to court if necessary

With product liability claims, you must act quickly, as Idaho law gives victims only two years to file, and evidence can get lost as time passes. Our knowledgeable Twin Falls product liability attorneys understand this deadline and ensure your claim is filed promptly. This way, you can take full advantage of your opportunity to fight for your rights and hold the liable party accountable while making a full, stress-free recovery.

Contact an Experienced Twin Falls Product Liability Lawyer at Feller & Wendt Today

When a company breaches its duty of care and its products cause you harm, you may be unsure where to start in holding them accountable for their negligence. With the help of our team at Feller & Wendt, you don’t have to handle it on your own. We work closely with you, listen to your story, and get to the heart of your claim so you have the best chance of achieving a successful outcome.

With extensive trial experience and commitment to providing Idaho victims with unmatched legal services, you can trust us to take on insurance adjusters and major companies that may be involved in your claim. To schedule a free case evaluation, call us at (208) 391-5945 or fill out our contact form.

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