What Is an Implied Warranty in Ohio Product Liability?

October 16, 2018

When a manufacturer offers a warranty on their product, consumers have an easier time understanding what to expect from the product.  If a manufacturer states that a product can perform some task or last so many years, it is clear what the manufacturer is promising.  But does this mean that products only have to do […]

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Are Product Liability Claims Controlled by Ohio’s Commercial Code?

September 28, 2018

To those unfamiliar with Ohio law, understanding the difference between the Ohio Unified Commercial Code and Ohio’s product liability law can be difficult.  Non-lawyers often have heard the phrase “commercial code” in daily life and can have false or misguided ideas about how the commercial code affects a product liability injury case. Fortunately for those […]

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GM Recall Lawyers: Power Steering Issue Linked to Over a Million Unsafe Vehicles

September 14, 2018

On September 13, 2018, automobile manufacturer General Motors announced a recall of more than 1 million vehicles in the U.S.  The vehicles, both pickup trucks and sports utility vehicles, are being recalled because of a power steering defect that has been shown to increase the risk of crash.  According to the Associated Press, 30 crashes […]

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Breach of Warranty Under Ohio Product Liability Law

August 20, 2018

Under Ohio law, consumers have several protections against a breach of warranty by a product manufacturer. This makes a lot of sense.  Consumers often purchase products relying on the manufacturers assurances regarding what the product can do.  When a manufacturer’s assurances are false or inaccurate, consumers suffer and manufacturers unjustly profit. In the area of […]

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Employment Law and Personal Injury

July 30, 2018

When personal injuries happen in the workplace, understanding your rights can be difficult.  Issues of employment law, tort law, and product liability law frequently overlap.  Determining who is responsible for your injuries—and recovering compensation from all liable parties and available resources—takes experience and legal resources. Lowe Scott Fisher Co., LPA’s all-encompassing approach to workplace injuries […]

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Who is Liable for Defective Medical Device Injuries?

July 20, 2018

Last year, the FDA issued more than 3,000 recalls of defective medical devices.  Dozens of the recalled devices were Class I recalls, reserved for defective medical products that pose a reasonable likelihood of causing serious injury or wrongful death. With this many known defective and dangerous devices on the market, it is easy to understand […]

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