Las Vegas Product Liability Lawyer

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George T. Bochanis has decades of experience helping injury victims win personal injury claims and lawsuits against product manufacturers who place the safety of innocent consumers at risk.

If you were harmed by a defective product, you may be eligible to recover compensation from the designer, manufacturer, or seller. In some product liability claims, multiple parties may be liable for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Without an experienced product liability lawyer to help you file your claim, however, your chances of success are slim.

Call the George Bochanis Law Offices for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.  (702) 388-2005. 

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Legal Theories in Las Vegas Product Liability Lawsuits

The safety of a product can be compromised at any stage of development, including during the design phase, manufacturing process, marketing, or distribution. When a dangerous product causes someone to be injured, the victim can file a personal injury claim under one of three theories.


To be successful under the theory of negligence, you and your product liability attorney must be able to demonstrate that the defendants failed in their duty to exercise reasonable care when designing, manufacturing, packaging, or distributing the product. You must also show that the defendant’s deviation in the standard of care expected in the industry caused your injuries.

Strict Liability

Under the theory of strict liability, you, as the victim, are only required to demonstrate that a product defect existed that made the item unreasonably dangerous, and that your injuries happened because of the defect. The defect must have existed when the product left the defendant’s control, and the product must have been used in a foreseeable manner. Additionally, the strict liability theory does not apply to second-hand items.

Breach of Warranty

Product warranties can be express or implied. Express warranty is stated orally or in writing. Implied warranty is not written or stated outright, and include warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

Who Can Be Held Liable for Injuries Caused by Dangerous Products?

  • The Product Designer
  • A Negligent Manufacturing Company
  • The Assembler or Installer
  • The Retailer that Sold You the Product
  • Wholesalers and Resellers

Types of Product Defects

Types of product defects that can cause serious, and even deadly, injuries to consumers in Las Vegas include:

  • Design defects prior to production that cause it to be unreasonably dangerous
  • Manufacturing defects – A manufacturing defect happens during the production and/or assembly process
  • Inadequate warning labels, instructions, and improper marketing

Filing a Defective Product Injury Claim in Las Vegas

In Nevada, you may be able to recover compensation for the following if your product liability lawsuit is successful.

  • Medical bills
  • Prescription medications
  • Lost past and future wages
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Scarring and disfigurement
  • Punitive damages
  • Modifications to your home or vehicle

If you or a loved one suffered a serious injury that was caused by a dangerous or defective product in Las Vegas, you may be able to file a product liability lawsuit. Compensation for injuries caused by dangerous or mislabeled products can be recovered by filing an individual or class action lawsuit with a defective product lawyer in Nevada.

Product liability attorney George T. Bochanis has decades of experience going up against big name companies who put profits before people. Our law firm will fight to ensure you obtain maximum compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages.

Contact our injury attorneys to find out more about filing your product liability claim or lawsuit. With a free initial consultation and no upfront fees, you have nothing to lose, and everything to win.

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“The level of professionalism, compassion and courtesy, on the part of Atty. Bochanis and everyone in his office, was above and beyond my expectations. During these trying times, they made a very stressful situation much easier to get through by answering my questions and offering their expert assistance every step of the way. I would highly recommend this law firm to anyone in need.”

~ Karen D

Types of Dangerous Products

Although everyone in the distribution chain has a duty of care to provide reasonably safe products to consumers, companies of various types often put profits before people. Serious injuries can be caused by a wide range of defective products.

Dangerous Children's Toys

Over 250,000 children are injured or killed by dangerous toys each year in the United States. Common injuries include broken bones, crush injuries, lacerations, burns, choking, and suffocation.

Defective Vehicle Parts

Faulty airbags, tires, steering and braking systems, fuel lines, and crash prevention technology cause countless motor vehicle accidents that cause serious injuries and deaths.

Hazardous Power Tools and Equipment

More than 900,000 victims are injured by power tools every year. Defective power tools can cause deep lacerations and puncture wounds, amputations, eye injuries, and electrocutions.

Unsafe Medications and Medical Devices

The FDA issues over 200 dangerous medication recalls annually. Defective medical devices like IVC filters, hip and knee replacements, and pacemakers cause numerous injuries and deaths as well.

Hazardous Chemicals

From hand sanitizers to cleaning products, hazardous chemicals can cause burns, serious respiratory system injuries, poisoning, and death.

FAQs About Product Liability in Las Vegas

Victims who are injured by dangerous products in Las Vegas may be entitled to compensation for lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, and more.

You may be still able to recover compensation if the defective product that injured you was recalled. A recall does not protect a manufacturer from liability claims.

Yes. Exemplary or punitive damages may be awarded if the defendant’s actions were egregious.