Proving a New Hampshire Defective Product Liability Claim

Our homes are filled with items that we use everyday, such as microwaves, pots, and dining room chairs, to name a few. What happens when these products are defective and lead to a New Hampshire defective product injury?

If you or someone you know has been injured due to a defective product, then you may be able to file a defective product liability claim and hold the manufacturer liable for your injury. However, proving that the defective product led to your injury is not as simple as it appears.

Several factors to winning your claim include:

  • Proving that you were injured or suffered losses
  • Proving that the product is defective
  • Proving that the defect resulted in your injury
  • Proving that you were using the product as it was intended to be used

Again, proving that the defective product resulted in your injury and that you suffered losses can be difficult. That is why you should speak to an experienced New Hampshire defective product attorney. He or she can answer your questions, as well as help you build your case, so that you and your family receive the best settlement possible.

If you or someone you know has been injured by a defective product, you should contact one of our experienced Vermont or New Hampshire defective product attorneys at Van Dorn, Curtiss, Rousseau & Ross, PLLC, PLLC at (603) 556-4148.

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