Did a Defective Airbag Cause My Injury?
Posted on November 23, 2022 in Car Accident,Defective Product Litigation,Personal Injury,Product Liability Litigation
Vehicle accidents often result in injuries, but sometimes these injuries are caused by the various safety devices used to prevent injuries. This can include airbags. Not all airbag injuries are the result of a defective airbag. Sometimes, individuals do sustain minor abrasions or contusions as a result of the deploying airbag when a crash occurs…. read more
What Are Three Types Of Product Defects?
Posted on March 17, 2022 in Product Liability Litigation
Defective products can lead to significant injuries or illnesses for consumers. There are a variety of ways that products can become defective, but there are typically three main types of product defects that form the umbrella of just about everything that can go wrong with the items we use and consume every day. This includes… read more
What is a Toxic Tort?
Posted on May 10, 2021 in Product Liability Litigation
Most people will not be familiar with the term “toxic tort.” This term refers to a lawsuit brought by a person who has been harmed due to exposure to a dangerous substance. A toxic tort lawsuit in Portland or throughout the state of Oregon can be a very complex legal situation. Here, we want to… read more
Ford Recalls Due to Product Defects
Posted on March 7, 2008 in Our Blog,Product Liability Litigation
Ford Motor Company recently announced a recall of 1.17 million trucks, suv’s and vans due to defective sensors in the vehicles engines which caused stalling. The recall applies to vehicles manufactured from 1997-2003 model years which are equipped with 7.3 liter diesel engines. Models include the E-series vans, Excursions, and F450 and F 550 Super… read more