Business Law Irish

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1. A person’s conduct can give rise to a negligence claim if he or she fails to act with reasonable care and another person suffers some harm as a result. If you have been the victim of negligence that has resulted in a personal injury or an injury to your property, you can file a negligence claim. In addition to knowing whether or not you have suffered harm due to someone else’s negligence, it is important you understand basic procedural rules to filing your negligence complaint. In order to prove a case of negligence, the person bringing the action (in this case Joe) must prove the following four elements:
1. That the person who caused the accident and injuries (Ferrari driver) had a “Duty of Care” to the injured person. Every driver in
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This is why there is a need for a stringent product liability law to be in place
Manufacturers of products can be held liable for design defects and manufacturing flaws, for not including adequate safeguards on particularly dangerous products or for providing inadequate product warnings or information
Under Irish law there are a number of ways in which a manufacturer or supplier of defective goods or products can be held liable
Negligence
The manufacturer will be held liable to pay damages for negligence if it fails to act with the standard of care which the law expects of it and if damage or injury is suffered as a result

Strict Statutory Liability
The Liability for Defective Products Act 1991 (1991 Act) introduced strict liability for damage arising from defective products. All of those who sell products or services to consumers from a base in the European Union are obliged to comply with this legislation. This legislation gives consumers recourse to justice against manufacturers who produce defective products that can be shown to have caused personal injury
We exist to represent clients who have fallen victim to defective products. Defective products can include:
• Dangerous household appliances
• Unsafe consumer and household products
• Industrial machinery and equipment
The faulty part of beard trimmer caused the problems to Joe (The Liability for Defective Products Act 199), so the Joe can open up the

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