8 Search Results for "Defective product"

March 15, 2014 at 1:50 pm

Personal Injury

...out premises liability Product liability The manufacturers of dangerous or defective products may be held accountable for any injuries caused by their products. Learn more about product liability In West Virginia, who caused the injury matters. If the other person was more than 50 percent at fault, you will recover full compensation for damages. If your fault was 49 percent, you’ll get less. You Can Afford an Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer Con...

August 17, 2014 at 6:06 pm

A Personal View of How to Find the Best Lawyer

...destroyed vehicle, has it evaluated by experts, and asserts a claim for a defective product. Testing of the seatbelt reveals that function properly, but additional testing confirms that the design of the suspension was defective. The result of the subsequent litigation was a negotiated settlement providing financial security for the young person and her family. 4. In these cases, total fees and expenses for the client remain the same because West...

April 29, 2020 at 5:41 pm

A ROADMAP TO BURTON HUNTER’S IDEAS AND “WISDOM”

...rch for “Product Liability”: https://tinyurl.com/ya82d4rt Blog Search for “Defective Product”: https://tinyurl.com/y8yzqxbt Blog Search for “Wrongful Death”: https://tinyurl.com/y9fdmd5g FAMILY LAW RELATED Blog Search for “Divorce”: https://tinyurl.com/y7uomfl6 Blog Search for “Custody”: https://tinyurl.com/yafeegdb Blog Search for “Winning Your Child Custody Case”: https://tinyurl.com/yajk4abm Blog Search for “Child Support”: https://tinyurl.com/...

January 18, 2011 at 9:53 pm

What Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Do Anyway?

...a. What type of claim, auto accident, premises fall, medical malpractice, defective product, or deliberate intent (work place injury)? b. Is fault clear, contested, or uncertain? c. What insurance policies are in place, auto liability, premises liability, underinsured coverage, uninsured coverage, property damage, medical insurance, “med pay”, “personal umbrella”, coverage of other family members, etc.? This can be a very complicated answer. But,...

February 26, 2020 at 8:46 pm

SOME PERSONAL INJURY TRIAL PRACTICE TIPS

...s, such as the Sago Mine Disaster, and product liability matters involving defective products, devices, and drugs. Now we are preparing for trial in some “bread and butter” auto accident and “slip and fall cases”, so we called the two lawyers we associate the most and got the following tips: First Lawyer Interview: In regard to proving medical damages: You must make sure that every bill is incident related. That requires a chart from the bill back...

March 15, 2014 at 1:50 pm

FAQ

...ude auto and truck accidents, injuries on business premises, dangerous and defective products, medical and professional malpractice, and bad faith insurance settlements. In those cases, you usually cannot afford a large cash retainer, and the attorney is willing to accept a percentage of the eventually recovery and to take a risk of a $0.00 award. More About Contingent Fees: 10% to 40% My contingent percentages vary from 10% to $40%. Sometimes the...

March 15, 2014 at 1:50 pm

Our Firm

...eople who have been injured in auto accidents, in industrial accidents, by defective products and by medical malpractice. I also represent people who have been victims of bad faith settlement practices by insurance companies. During my career as a lawyer, I have handled nearly 3,000 family law cases. I have also represented people in hundreds of insurance claims, personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits, and other types of civil disputes. From...

September 15, 2010 at 10:05 pm

Comparative Fault in WV

...s of course is an exageration, a SLIGHT exageration.) WV allows claims for defective products, the three wheeler that is inherently unstable (they don’t make them anymore!), the Coke with a dead mouse or severed thumb, etc, and the vehicle that rolls over because of a design defect. In the most basic case, a car wreck, the claimant can recover if the other driver was 51%, or more, at fault. If the claimant was 20% at fault, he/she gets 20% less, a...