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Defective Products

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Understanding Products Liability Law

Consumers expect that the products they purchase are safe when used as designed. Unfortunately, consumers are often injured by common products and devices they use every day. Some examples include defective prescription drugs, tires, car seats, seat belts, power tools, sports utility vehicles, medical devices, toys, and manufactured food. The failure of these products to operate as intended frequently causes significant injuries or even death.

The purpose of products liability law is to ensure that the costs of injuries resulting from defective products are borne by the parties who place such defective products on the market, and not on the victims of harm caused by those products.

We have successfully litigated Automotive (tire, rollover, structure and restraint), Industrial, Consumer and Medical Products Liability cases (industrial electrical switchgear, robotic forklifts, defective medical devices, and others).

“Under the laws of products liability, the designers, manufacturers and suppliers of a product must pay for injuries to consumers caused by defects and hazards in the products they market.”

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Tad has obtained very favorable awards and settlements for victims of defective products, negligence, chemical explosions, electrocutions and other major catastrophic events.

He has achieved numerous settlements in excess of one million dollars, including several in excess of ten million dollars.

Although he primarily practices in catastrophic personal injury cases, he has also won cases for his clients in: Admiralty Law, Construction Law, Employment Law, Contract Law, Commercial Law and general Civil Litigation.

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The Rice Firm has successfully represented hundreds of clients across a wide array of practice areas. With an aggressive approach and extensive knowledge of the legal system, we work hard to provide the voice our clients need to pursue their rights.