Product Liability Subrogation
Ohio, Illinois, and Indiana Product Liability Attorneys
Our product liability lawyers have experience litigating cases involving hundreds of different products, including industrial machinery, automobiles, and common residential and commercial appliances such as dehumidifiers, sump pumps, space heaters, fire compression systems, and more.
A loss caused by a product that is defective or of issue can be challenging. Manufacturers face the challenge of responding to claims from individuals involving actual cash value versus replacement cost value and from insurance companies for the recovery of monies paid to the insured. Regardless of the challenge, there is a cause for every loss. This is why it is vitally important to identify these losses in the early stages of the claim.
Once a product is determined to be the cause of a loss, the scene and evidence must be preserved as well as placing the manufacturer on notice.
Keis George has successfully litigated against manufacturers, distributors, and the wholesaler for losses that have occurred across the country, specifically Ohio, Illinois, and Indiana. Our attorneys and staff have worked the following categories of product liability and defects:
- A defectively manufactured product;
- A defectively designed product; and
- A product lacking appropriate failure to warn;
Our attorneys and staff will work with you to determine what type of claim exists in the following types of product liability cases:
- Strict liability;
- Negligence; and
- Breach of warranty.
We will help you identify product liability claims with subrogation potential, propose a plan to identify the responsible third party, and get your company paid.
Distinguishing a solid file for recovery can be complicated. When a defective product causes a loss, the manufacturer of the product, the wholesaler, and the distributor may be liable. To know under what circumstance these parties can be held liable is equally demanding. Nevertheless, it is important to know. Therefore, when files such as these arrive and you are wondering who is responsible for the damages the product caused, contact us. We will help you identify claims with subrogation potential, propose a plan to identify the responsible third party, and get your company paid. To take advantage of the capabilities of a national law practice with the thoughtfulness of a local firm, allow Keis George to redefine what it means to recover your money faster. For excellent representation in subrogation cases, call us at (216) 241-4100 or contact our Cleveland office to schedule a consultation.
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