Q What kind of proof do I need for an Idaho defective product lawsuit?
When you use a product, you expect it to work properly. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen and can cause injuries as a result. You shouldn’t be faulted for the product’s malfunction. This is probably why you have filed an Idaho defective product lawsuit. You’ll need a few specific items in order to prove your case. If you don’t provide this proof, you may not win.
Prove You’ve Been Injured
You will need to provide proof that you were indeed injured or suffered some kind of damage because of the malfunctioning product—almost getting hurt doesn’t count.
Prove the Product Was Defective
You will also need to prove that the product was defective, or that the product lacked proper warnings or precautions and that’s why you were injured.
Prove the Defect Caused Your Injuries
Those who are in defective product lawsuits need to provide proof that the defect of the product is what actually caused their injuries or damages.
Prove the Product Was Used Correctly
In order to potentially win your case, you’ll also need to show that you used the product in the manner in which it was intended. In other words, you’ll need to prove that your misuse of the product wasn’t what caused the injuries.
Wanting compensation for the injuries that were caused by a defective product is understandable—and is what you deserve. However, unless you have the proper proof and representation, there’s a high chance you won’t receive the ruling you desire.
We invite you to contact the Morton Law Offices to find out how we may be able to help you with your Idaho defective product lawsuit. We also encourage you to “Like” our article on Facebook for informative updates!