It is important to identify the product manufacturer in a personal injury products liability case.
But in some cases, even if the manufacturer cannot be identified, a personal injury products liability plaintiff can still be brought. Such situations include:
Gaulding v. Celotex, 772 S.W.2d 66 (Texas Supreme Court 1989) (recognizing in personal injury asbestos cancer case that unidentified product manufacturer could be sued if alternative liability, enterprise liability, concert of action, or market share liability theory could be proven).
Don’t let your rights be jeopardized.