Category Archives: Albuquerque Injury Law

Product Defects: Manufacturing, Design, and Failure to Warn

There are three main types of defects that can lead to a product liability lawsuit.  There may be defects in the design or manufacturing of the product, or there may be a failure to warn or instruct on how to avoid danger that is specific to the product. Manufacturing defects can occur when a product…
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Product Liability: What is it and how to establish a claim

There are many people who are injured every year due to the purchase and use of dangerous or defective products. In normal tort suits the elements of negligence usually need to be proven in order to bring a successful claim. However, product liability law is different than normal personal injury law. Often times the person…
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Premises Liability

There are times when an injury may be incurred from something that is purely an accident.  Other times, it may be that there were dangerous conditions that were created or allowed to persist that led to the injury.  Property owners have a responsibility to ensure that their property provides a reasonably safe environment for visitors. …
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Duty and Breach

If you drive a car or ride a motorcycle, it is important to know the obligations that other drivers have towards you.  If you are involved in an accident then it is possible that you could bring a civil suit against the other driver.  In order to establish a civil suit (commonly known as “suing”),…
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