You should be able to reasonably assume the products you use or consume will not harm you. When the assumption turns out to be false and a food or other product injures you, you have the right to compensation. The dedicated products liability firm, Suk Law Firm, can help you seek the compensation the law entitles you to.
Consulting an attorney as soon as possible after being injured by a product can be crucial. Immediately investigating your claim and preserving crucial evidence while it is still fresh provides a valuable advantage when it comes to proving your case. Another reason why speed is important is that Minnesota law mandates filing your claim within a set period of time after the injury occurs or should have been discovered. By missing this window of opportunity, known as the statutory deadline, or statute of limitations, you can lose your right to recover compensation for your injuries.
Minnesota law recognizes the right of consumers to purchase and use products for the purpose for which they were intended with the reasonable expectation that they are safe. State statutes provide that products, including foods, must be free of defect when used in the manner in which they were intended. Through application of express and implied warranties and the strict liability doctrine, our attorneys can recover compensation from a manufacturer of an unreasonably dangerous product, in some cases even without proving that the manufacturer, distributor or seller acted negligently. Our attorneys use methodical discovery techniques to establish that it was a defect in the product that caused your injuries.
We have the resources and skills to protect your rights against large companies. With assistance from qualified medical professionals and other experts, our attorneys thoroughly investigate each case to plan and implement the most effective strategies.