Birmingham Product Liability Attorneys

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Compensation Awards in Alabama

These days, most items on the local store shelves have been tested for almost any kind of situation. However, occasionally a product in Birmingham is defective. If you have been hurt by a defective product, then you may have a lawsuit under the laws of Product Liability.

Product Liability Laws in Alabama

Defective products are categorized in 3 basic categories in Alabama.

Manufacturing defects are the first. These are defects that come from the actual production and making of the product. For instance, if essential screws, which are called for in the design, are not installed in a chair, and the chair breaks when someone sits on it as a result, this is a manufacturing defect.

The second class of defects are categorized as design defects. These happen when the manufacturer built the item to the precise specifications, but the design was fault. As an example, if a coffee mug is too thin and a hot beverage cracks the mug and cuts you, this would be a design defect.

Manufacturing defects are the first. These are defects that come from the actual production and making of the product. For instance, if essential screws, which are called for in the design, are not installed in a chair, and the chair breaks when someone sits on it as a result, this is a manufacturing defect.

Assistance for your Product Liability Claim in Birmingham Alabama

If a product you own or used has hurt you and you believe that it falls into one of the above categories of defects, you should speak to an efficient Products Liability attorney in Alabama.

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Life in Birmingham

As Alabama's biggest city with over 225,000 people, Birmingham is also the county seat for Jefferson County. The greater metropolitan area of Birmingham is estimated to have a population exceeding 1.25 million. Founded in 1871, Birmingham has a diversified economy, with an original base of manufacturing other businesses and industries such as banking, transportation, telecommunications, power transmission, education, medical care, and insurance have all risen in importance. Coal mining remains a large business and the trucking industry has grown with the advent of the interstate highway system. Birmingham, AL is an excellent place for those in the legal profession, with prestigious law schools such as the Birmingham School of Law, Cumberland School of Law and the University of Alabama School of Law located there. The telephone directory lists over 3800 Birmingham lawyers.

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