Oklahoma Product Liability Law
Get Help From an Oklahoma Personal Injury Attorney
Poorly manufactured or defective products can cause serious injuries. Items with sharp edges, moving parts, or any number of other features could potentially cause you serious harm if they break down unexpectedly. When the unfortunate happens, it's important to have an Oklahoma personal injury lawyer on your side.
The Law Offices of Stipe & Belote have assisted numerous clients with their injuries caused by poorly designed products which cause injuries. With over four decades' worth of combined experience fighting on behalf of clients, we know how to approach your case in court and secure the best possible outcome. Our dedication to our practice has earned us legal distinctions, such as inclusion on the Oklahoma list of Super Lawyers®, membership in The American Trial Lawyers Association, and an AV® Preeminent™ rating from Martindale-Hubbell®.
Call the Law Offices of Stipe & Belote at (888) 842-1374 to have your case evaluated today.
Oklahoma's Product Liability Law
Oklahoma law states that "A product is defective when it is not reasonably fit for the ordinary purposes for which such products are intended or may reasonably be expected to be used." (OUJI No. 12.2)
- You could potentially have a defective product if:
- The instructions to operate it are not clear
- It is marketed to perform tasks it is not capable of doing
- Its warning labels are inadequate to demonstrate its dangers
- The harm it causes is not what you could reasonably expect from it
Modern technology, particular devices with a lot of moving parts, can fail, causing you serious injury. The failure of even a small component can cause a device to injure its user. When this is the case you could be eligible to receive compensation.
- Some objects that could be the subject of a product liability suit include:
- Cars and trucks
- Cooking appliances
- Medical equipment
- Power tools
Contact the Law Offices of Stipe & Belote online and start reviewing your legal options after you have been injured.