Consumers have the right to expect that products will be safely designed, properly manufactured and will have necessary warnings. All too often, however, unreasonably dangerous and defective products injure or even kill. As recent headlines illustrate, government regulators cannot be relied upon to keep dangerous products off the market. The law recognizes that product designers, manufacturers, distributors, and sellers are in the best position to ensure product safety and are responsible for bearing the costs of injuries when their products cause needless harm.
Products liability cases involve complex technical and legal issues. If you’ve been injured by an unreasonably dangerous product, you need an attorney who is experienced in working with experts in product design, bio-mechanics and human factors and is knowledgeable about product liability law. Jonathan Karon has lectured on products liability issues at national conventions of the American Association for Justice (A.A.J.) , the largest professional association of personal injury attorneys in the U.S. His article on successfully litigating products liability cases was published in the November 2015 issue of Trial, A.A.J.’s monthly magazine. He has successfully handled cases involving a wide range of products, including snowmobiles, amusement rides, go karts, appliances and household cleaners.
If you are concerned that you may have been injured by a defective or unreasonably dangerous product, you should call, e-mail or schedule a meeting with Mr. Karon