The vaporizer industry grows significantly each year. As with all rising industries, the increase in vaporizer producers brings more complications. As more companies and products enter the market, you will see new technologies arise as companies clamor to grab their share.
The inadequate testing on vaporizers will create opportunities for poorly made products to injure you. As the number of consumers increases, so do the chances for a vaporizer product liability claim.
Product manufacturers have a responsibility to you to make safe products. Defective or dangerous products are the cause for thousands of injuries each year. Product liability is a producer or seller’s responsibility to place a safe product into your hands.
There are currently no federal laws involving vaporizer product liability. This means vaporizer product liability laws may differ between states. In general terms, the laws require a vaporizer meet the ordinary expectations of the customer. It cannot meet the buyer’s ordinary expectations if it has an unexpected defect or danger.
The defective vaporizer must have been sold in the marketplace in order for you to have a product liability claim. Simply put, this means you must have bought it at a business or on the Internet. If this is the case, any party involved in the vaporizer’s chain of distribution can be liable, such as:
Remember, for strict liability to apply, the sale of your vaporizer must happen in the course of the supplier’s regular business. So if you bought a defective product at a garage sale, you may not have a vaporizer product liability claim against the seller.
Your vaporizer product liability claim must be able to prove the vaporizer that caused your injury was defective, and the defect made it unreasonably dangerous. There are three types of defects that might cause injury and strengthen your vaporizer product liability claim:
The vaporizer industry is still in its youth. Injuries caused by defective vaporizers can be serious. The manufacturers and distributors of these products may not be aware of the potential injuries they can cause. To add insult to injury, the insurance company may be inexperienced with these claims and unaware of the compensation you may require.
If you have a vaporizer product liability claim, the insurance adjuster may not be taking your injuries seriously. The best way to get the compensation you deserve is with an experienced personal injury attorney. At Bergener Mirejovsky, we have a proven track record and reputation that makes insurance companies take your vaporizer product liability claim seriously.
Call us at 1-800-881-2021. We offer free consultations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for anyone who has been injured in a defective vaporizer accident. No commitment. No pressure. Just answers.