What Makes a Product Liability Case Different than Other Personal Injury Claims?
Products liability involves combination of contract law and tort law. Tort related components of a product liability claim, may include negligence, deceptive practices, or strict liability. Contract related components are primarily related to laws pertaining to warranties. Because of the dual nature of product liability law an injured party may be able to bring a number of claims against a defendant. Some of these claims might include breach of implied or expressed warranty, negligence or fraud.