Duty to Warn

In tort law, there are a number of scenarios when a person is obligated to warn others of hazards that could result in injury. Failure to do so may result in liability for injuries incurred by the victim. In order to avoid a lawsuit, it is imperative that people fulfill their duty to warn.

If you were injured by a hazard that you were not warned against, you may be eligible to receive compensation for you r losses. Contact the Appleton personal injury attorneys at the law offices of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® by calling 1-800-242-2874 to schedule a free case evaluation.

Premises Liability

Property owners are required by law to notify guests of deadly hazards, even if the guest was uninvited (such as a trespasser). Additionally, property owners must notify all invited guests of potential hazards that could be discovered during a reasonable inspection of one’s property. Failure to warn in any of the previously mentioned scenarios may make the property owner liable for any injuries incurred while on his or her property.

Product Liability

Product manufacturers must warn consumers of any hazards that their product could cause. This is especially significant for electrical products and children’s toys. While these warnings may seem like they&re stating the obvious, they help protect product manufacturers from lawsuits. However, in the event that a person is injured by a product, and he or she was not adequately warned of the potential hazard, the product manufacturer could be held liable for damages.

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If you have suffered injuries from a hazard that you should have been warned against, contact the Appleton personal injury lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® by dialing 1-800-242-2874 to discuss your legal options.