Nora Freeman Engstorm, an associate professor of law at Stanford, recently had her research regarding the coverage of product liability legislation in the country and non-commercial, 3D-printed products published in the Stanford Report on December 12.
In her research entitled “3-D Printing and Product Liability: Identifying the Obstacles,” Engstrom stated that injuries associated with products manufactured at home are excluded from the coverage granted by the traditional laws surrounding product liability. This means that victims of defective non-commercial goods, such as 3D-printed products created at home, would have to seek compensation through a personal injury claim, which requires them to prove that the maker had committed negligence that led to injury, rather than a strict product liability claim.
At the Law Offices of Paul Levin, we believe that any person in Connecticut who has been physically and financially harmed by defective products should seek legal advice as he or she may be owed compensation from the manufacturer. Speak with us about how you may be able to obtain much-needed compensation and justice by calling 860.560.7226 today.
Attorney Paul Levin was recently honored by being named to the National Trial Lawyers’ list of “Top 100 Trial Lawyers.” This prestigious list highlights criminal defense and civil trial attorneys across the country who display “superior qualifications” in their fields. The National Trial Lawyers is an organization dedicated to recognizing outstanding attorneys and also to providing educational opportunities, creating networking opportunities, and providing advocacy training for attorneys.
Paul Levin was first admitted to practice law in the state of Connecticut in 1989 and since that time, he has dedicated his work and his practice to helping injured individuals and their family members bring personal injury cases against those responsible for their pain and suffering. To learn more about him, his firm, or what you can do if you’ve been injured because of another party’s carelessness, contact the Law Offices of Paul Levin today by calling 860.560.7226.
A two-car crash in Hartford left one woman dead Thanksgiving night, Connecticut state police reported.
41-year-old Mary White was driving her car on I-84 close to exit 48 in Hartford at around 11:30 p.m. when her car crashed with another vehicle, causing it to go over a concrete median before ending up on Capital Avenue ramp to I-84 West.
Meanwhile, the 31-year-old driver of the other car, Cherri Brooks, and her three children all sustained non-serious injuries.
Our attorneys from the Law Offices of Paul Levin extend their heartfelt condolences to the families and loved ones affected by this tragic loss.