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Defective Products

Product Liability Lawyers

Product Liability Attorneys

Often, we take for granted that the products we use every day are safe. But unfortunately, defective products injure consumers all too often.


The product liability lawyers at Jinks Crow have decades of experience protecting the rights of people throughout the country who have been harmed by dangerous products. If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed by a product that you think could have been defective, contact us today to schedule a free and confidential consultation.

Defective Product Examples

Our product liability lawyers represent people who have been injured by a wide range of consumer products, including, but not limited to:


What is a product liability lawsuit?

​A product liability lawsuit can take on a number of forms and involve multiple claims. There are three major types of products liability cases:

  • Design defect – In a design defect case, the plaintiff alleges that a particular product possesses a design flaw that makes it dangerous.

  • Manufacturing defect – A manufacturing defect case is a little different. It involves allegations that somewhere in the manufacturing process a problem occurred that resulted in the production of dangerous versions of an otherwise safe product.

  • Failure to warn – In a failure to warn case, a victim may allege that although a product may have been designed or manufactured correctly, it lacked adequate warnings that would have allowed people to understand the inherent danger associated with using the product.


These theories are not mutually exclusive, meaning that a plaintiff injured by a product may bring their case under more than one of these theories. When a case is first filed, it may be impossible to know whether the defect was in the design or manufacture of a product until sufficient discovery is conducted.


Defective Product Laws

The basic law that governs product liability claims in Alabama is called the Alabama Extended Manufacturer's Liability Doctrine (AEMLD).


The AEMLD is not a specific statute, but it is a series of cases handed down by Alabama courts that have specified the requirements for a product liability lawsuit. In addition to the AEMLD, there are other claims that people who have been injured by a defective product may be able to bring. Because of the complex nature of product liability law, always contact an experienced products liability attorney if you believe that you have been injured by an unsafe or defective product.


Injured consumers who bring a successful product liability lawsuit are entitled to compensatory damages and, in some cases, punitive damages where a defendant’s actions have been particularly egregious. Families of individuals who have been killed by a defective product are entitled only to seek only punitive damages.  


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