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After an accident caused by a malfunctioning product, the burden placed on the victim can be overwhelming. On top of high medical costs and time spent away from work, you may be dealing with significant pain. Our Columbus product liability lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick can help you present a compelling case and claim the funds you deserve.

When a product malfunctions and causes an injury, a number of individuals can be held accountable. According to product liability or malfunctioning product laws in Ohio, manufacturers, designers, suppliers, and retailers can be held responsible for any injuries or property damage resulting from a faulty product. If a malfunctioning product has injured you, you may be able to receive compensation by filing a personal injury claim.

To find out more about your Columbus product liability claim, call KNR at (614) 487-8669.

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What is Product Liability?

In a product liability case, it must be proven that the product in question had a significant defect or flaw that resulted in dangerous functionality. Furthermore, you must also be able to prove that your injury was the direct result of the product malfunctioning. Common product defects that may lead to significant injuries include the following:

Manufacturing Defects

When a product is being created, complications can arise. Perhaps the product was not wired correctly or has sharp corners or jagged edges.

Marketing Defects

False advertisement is common in the world of product advertising. In many cases, warranties make promises about a product’s safety that turn out to be false. Other times, a commercial will display a product in a misleading way.

Design Defects

Sometimes a product is doomed before it is even made. A flaw in a product’s design could lead to unintentional performance or unexpected actions.

Types of Product Liability

There are a number of explanations or theories, that can be used to establish why a company or retailer is at fault for a product-related injury. The four most frequently recognized theories of product liability include:


When this theory is utilized in a court case, it is usually because of false advertising or misinformation that came with the product. When a person is given false information, they may use the product in a way that is unsafe.

Strict Liability

This theory calls upon the universal protection provided by the Consumer Protection Act. When a product defect causes death or injury, the manufacturer, the seller, or the retailer can be held accountable depending on the situation.


Ohio law requires that all companies that sell or produce products do so in a safe manner. In cases where this argument is used, it must be proven that the seller or producer could have foreseen the defect.


Most products come with a warranty that makes promises to the consumer. They might claim that a product is safe, appropriate for certain age groups, or will not break within a certain time frame. These promises are broken frequently.

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Compensation in Product Liability Cases

If a flawed product has hurt you, you may wish to file a personal injury lawsuit to obtain funds for your financial losses. The legal processes involved in this type of action can be complicated. Once you have filed a legal notice with a civil court, you may be required to appear before a judge and jury. If you are not prepared to prove that a faulty product harmed you, it is likely that you will not be awarded the funds you need to move forward with your life.

This is why it is essential to seek the assistance of an experienced Columbus product liability attorney. A lawyer can aid you in every aspect of your case, from completing paperwork to crafting a winning argument. We can give you the best possible chance of recovering funds for your losses.

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What to Expect from a Defective Product Claim?

In cases of product liability, people commonly collect funds for the following losses:

  • Medical costs
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost income
  • Disfigurement
  • Mental anguish
  • Loss of consortium, or relationships
  • Physical limitations

You have enough on your plate with medical costs and the work associated with recovery. Our dedicated legal team at KNR can handle your case’s legal aspects. We will listen to your story to gather as much information as possible. Once all of the details have been analyzed, your case will have the best possible chance of success.

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Our Columbus Product Liability Team Can Help

Our experienced legal team knows how difficult these situations can be. May people harmed by faulty products feel that taking legal action would add more stress. But you and your family have the opportunity to be fairly compensated for what you endured.

Let us make the process of filing a lawsuit as painless as possible. We will fight tirelessly to ensure that you receive the funds you deserve.

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Our Defective Product Attorneys Will

  • Answer your questions and concerns
  • Keep you updated during all stages of the process
  • Obtain medical records about the extent of your injuries
  • Identify the responsible party
  • Determine the fair and full value of your damages
  • Negotiate for maximum compensation
  • Fight for everything you deserve in court if necessary