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Product liability cases are cases that involve products that fail to protect the customer in some way. A product liability case can involve a wide variety of items such as medications, toys, instruments, tools, vehicles and the like. The element that makes a product liability case legal is neglect. Neglect can occur for several reasons. First, neglect can occur because a manufacturer uses a material or ingredient that it knows can potentially harm the consumers. Secondly, neglect can occur when a manufacturer fails to test a product to ensure that it passes safety standards. Thirdly, someone can accuse a manufacturer of neglect if the manufacturer does not recall items that it finds are harmful to the masses.

Product Liability Information

Consumers file thousands of product liability cases each year, and judges rule in their favor many times. Injured parties must prove that the product was defective to qualify for compensation. They have to prove that the product caused injuries, as well. The judge finds manufacturer guilty of neglect when he finds that it created something that was detrimental to consumer health.

Compensation From a Product Liability Suit

An injured person can receive two types of compensation from a personal injury suit. The first type of compensation is called compensatory damages. The judge intends for compensatory damages to compensate a person for what he or she lost because of a faulty product. The damages cover medical bills, medications, therapies, household bills and lost work wages. Punitive damages are separate payments that cover intangible items such as pain and suffering. The judge intends the funds from punitive damages to punish a guilty party so that he or she will avoid making the same mistake twice. A judge will not award punitive damages without first awarding compensatory damages to someone, and he or she will never award punitive damages by themselves.

Product Liability and Motorcycle Gear

Motorcycle gear consists of accessories and clothing that protect a motorcycle rider from certain injuries. The most common types of motorcycle gear are:


Manufacturers create motorcycle riding glasses and goggles for the sole purpose of protecting the eyes of the people who use them. A consumer can initiate a product liability case against the manufacturer of such glasses if they fail to protect the consumer as advertised. For example, a pair of anti-fog goggles should prevent fog from building up in the customer’s eyes. The manufacturer may advertise the goggles in that way. The company may advertise the goggles as providing 100 percent UV protection, as well. A customer can forge a lawsuit if an injury occurs because the goggles did not hold up to their intended purpose. Motorcycle crashes can occur if a person cannot see straight ahead because of fog or sunlight.


Gloves are another element for which a person may initiate a personal injury or product liability case. A pair of motorcycle gloves can fail to protect a rider’s hands, and that rider may suffer injuries such as burns and scrapes. Biker gloves can fail if they do not provide the traction that the manufacturer claims that they have when it comes to handlebar slide prevention. A manufacturer is vulnerable to a lawsuit if a person receives an injury in a motorcycle accident, and the gloves could have prevented the injury.


Many things can happen when a person wears a faulty motorcycle jacket. The jacket can catch fire, dethread or fail to keep the motorcycle rider warm. Another way that a motorcycle jacket can cause a personal injury is if its materials are not as the manufacturer states they are. For example, the jacket may contain a material to which the rider is allergic. A lawsuit can come about if the person has an allergic reaction and develops cellulitis because of it.


The texture or structure of a pair of motorcycle pants can be the basis of a product liability lawsuit. They can cause a rider to miss maneuvering the gears properly, which could cause an accident. Pants can dethread if they have poor material and foundation. Riders should ensure that they are purchasing the correct size when they choose motorcycle pants to wear.

Starting a Product Liability Case

A consumer can start a product liability case by contacting an attorney who specializes in the field. A personal injury attorney is a person who will fight for the rights of an injured party. This person will schedule an initial consultation during which the injured person can tell the office some details about his or her plight. The attorney will decide whether the case is viable and can be lucrative. At that time, he or she will offer some services to the injured person.

The Process of a Product Liability Case

A reliable product liability attorney will offer a free consultation to an injured party. This person will know that the injured person is having a rough time because of the impact that the injury has on his or her life. Furthermore, an honorable attorney will offer contingency representation. Another name for contingency representation is no-win-no-fee representation. Such representation allows the victim to refrain from submitting payments until the attorney wins the case and obtains a settlement check. At that time, the attorney will deduct its applicable fees.

Contact the Doan Law Firm

The Doan Law Firm can help an injured person to collect compensation that occurs because of faulty products. The firm is never closed, and victims can call during all hours. Customers rated the Doan Law Firm as number one in customer service, as well. People can feel confident calling the firm for help with their product liability cases. The number for assistance is 800 910 3476. The firm will provide a prospective client with a free phone consultation. The person can then decide whether it wants the Doan Loan Firm to pursue compensation for the injury. Contact us to see how we can help you!

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