Each year, unsuspecting consumers fall victim to faulty products. West Virginia residents may have personal knowledge about an incident in which a product caused serious injury to a victim. In such cases, legal action may be appropriate in the form of a products liability suit.
A recent article sheds light on an area of products liability that may often be overlooked. Sometimes, is it not the actual product that causes harm but the packaging a product comes in. In some cases, the party tasked with packaging a product can be held legally responsible for injuries or damages caused to a consumer.
If packaging fails to clearly display a necessary warning about a product, the packaging company may be at fault for injury. Sometimes, a package itself may cause injuries to the person who purchased a product. If the packaging fails to accurately represent a product or misleads a customer about the safety or effectiveness of the product enclosed, a victim may want to explore options for legal recourse.
If a West Virginia victim decides to file a products liability claim, it may be a good idea to contact an attorney who has experience handling such cases. An attorney can help a client present evidence in a court of law that proves how a faulty product or the packaging it came in caused injury to a consumer. In some cases, a favorable verdict can include financial compensation that is intended to help a victim pay for medical bills and other associated expenses. Products liability victims deserve justice for their suffering, and an attorney may be just the ticket to a successful court case.