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Organys Eyelash & Eyebrow Growth Serum Product Defect Claim Attorney

Eyelash and Eyebrow serums are typically used to achieve the thick brows and lashes of models and movie starlets. However, some of these serums don’t work as well as advertised. One eyelash and eyebrow growth serum, in particular, has caused the eyelashes and eyebrows of certain people to fall out. The serum in question is the Organys Eyelash & Eyebrow Growth Serum. While this does not happen to everyone who uses this growth serum, the fact that there are no hazard warnings made by the company can leave them liable for the damages that they have caused. Fortunately, if you have experienced eyebrow or eyelash loss as a result of using the Organys eyelash and eyebrow growth serum, you have every right to file a lawsuit against the manufacturing company to receive compensation for your damages. However, when filing a lawsuit, it is in your best interest that you seek representation from an attorney experienced in fighting for those who have been damaged by defective products. At Normandie Law Firm, our skilled lawyers can guide you through the often arduous process of building a case, filing a claim, and collecting compensation for the damages that you have received. If you have any questions after reading this article, please feel free to reach out to our law offices for a free consultation by one of our well-versed legal advisors.

Organys Eyelash & Eyebrow Growth Serum
Advertised to work in sixty days, the Organys Eyelash and Eyebrow growth serum has been reported to result in no growth at all or, in some more severe cases, has caused the eyebrows or eyelashes of users to fall out. The company also advertises that its product is responsibly formulated, and has offered a sixty-day guarantee to their customers. However, there is no mention that the product may do precisely the opposite of what it is intended to do: cause the loss of eyebrows or eyelashes.

The company, Organys, is advertised as an eco-friendly skincare brand that prides itself on the minimization of waste and the responsible formulation of their products. However, regardless of their eco practices, a defect in their product can result in severe damages for their customers. If you or a loved one has been damaged by this product, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit against the company for compensation for your damages.

Filing A Lawsuit Against Organys
Product liability laws are put in place to ensure that companies do not manufacture and sell defective products. These laws also ensure that if one of these defective products gets into the hands of a consumer, and that consumer is injured by the said product, the consumer can file a lawsuit against the company for the damages. However, filing a lawsuit against these companies can be incredibly difficult to find a positive outcome for; in most cases, these large companies will have the resources to employ a whole team of legal experts to dispute your case in court. For this reason, it is in your best interest that you hire a skilled lawyer of your own to represent you and your case in court.

When filing a product liability lawsuit against a company, it is essential that you can prove proper liability. For most products, especially for a product like the Organys eyelash and eyebrow growth serum, there are some companies that take the product from design floor to retail store. Unfortunately, a defect can occur at any one of these points of production, or even all of them in very rare occasions. This is why it is vital that you successfully figure out what party is directly liable for the damages. Some of the common areas of production where a defect can occur are listed below:

  • Design Defects: These are the defects that can occur before the product is sent to the assembly line. The defects that occur in this stage of production are faults that make the product inherently dangerous. In most cases, these defects can lead to full-scale product recalls, and the company which organized the design of the product could be held liable for the damages.
  • Manufacturing Defects: These defects typically occur on the assembly line of the product. They can range from minor mistakes along the manufacturing chain to reoccurring errors that can result in significant recalls. In these instances, the manufacturing company could be deemed responsible for the damages.
  • Marketing Defects: These defects occur during the marketing of a specific product. These defects include improper labeling, insufficient instructions, or inadequate safety warnings.

Once you have successfully placed liability on the company responsible for your damages, you must be able to prove that their actions directly caused you or your loved one’s damages. To do so, you must show the company’s negligence when providing a safe product for the public. With any successful claim of negligence the following points must be proven:

  • Duty: The plaintiff (injured or damaged party) must be able to show that the defendant (Organys Manufacturing Company) owed a legal duty of care to the plaintiff under the particular circumstances of the case.
  • Breach: The plaintiff must be able to show that the defendant breached said legal duty through specific actions or failure to act appropriately.
  • Causation: The plaintiff must be able to show that the defendant’s actions or lack thereof caused the incident involving the product.
  • Damages: The plaintiff must be able to show that he endured some specific damages from the incident. This can usually be shown through the presentation of medical records or documented evidence. It is important that a physical injury occurred; if one did not, it will be much harder to win your case.

Even after you’ve proven the company’s negligence in providing a safe product for the public, your lawsuit could still fail if you do not properly follow the statute of limitations that govern it. The statute of limitations is essentially the period in which an injured party can bring a case to court. If this time limit is ignored, then your case will likely be dismissed entirely. The statute of limitations is different for every state, and it can change depending on the aspects of your case. For instance, if you were to file a personal injury lawsuit against the Organys company for selling a defective product you’d have 2 years to bring your case to court.

However, it is important to note that there are some nuances involved in filing your case that can vary dramatically between cases. For this reason, it is best to seek skilled legal assistance when moving forward to file your lawsuit. Having the right attorney on your side can mean the difference between filing a successful claim for compensation and having your case dismissed from court entirely.

Companies may try to get you to return the products. Do not do this! It is important that the product be used as evidence for your claim. If you need steps to follow, perform these actions before filing your claim:

(1) DO NOT return the item to the manufacturer ot receive a refund; that will destroy all evidence you have to pursue the case.
(2) DO NOT tamper with the product or try to fix it.
(3) Seek immediate medical attention with a doctor so that there is no gap in medical treatment.
(4) Hold on to any receipts or documentation of purchase.

How Normandie Law Firm Can Help
If you or a loved one has been injured by the Organic Eyebrow and Eyelash Growth serum, you may be eligible to file a claim for significant monetary compensation. However, it is highly recommended that you don’t bring your case to court alone. Our experienced product liability attorneys at Normandie Law Firm can help you build and file your case so that you can receive the compensation you deserve for your damages. While we are based in Los Angeles, we also practice in San Diego, Orange County, Riverside, Bakersfield, San Francisco, Fresno, Sacramento, and throughout the entire state of California.

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In the world of law, other attorneys will sign you up to their firm but will disappear once your name is on the paper. They will spend their time signing up more cases with no intention of giving proper attention to the ones already at hand. In these instances, their business is based more on volume; the more cases they take on, the more money they can make. In turn, they will spend less time on cases, resulting in severely reduced settlements. Our firm will not treat you like a number. We will be in communication with you throughout your lawsuit and we will treat you like family. If you already have an attorney, don’t worry: we’ll give you a second review of your case 100% free of charge.

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If you contact our law offices today, we can walk you through the complicated process of filing your claim completely free of charge. As a show of commitment to you and your case, we offer our clients the benefits of a zero fee guarantee policy. Under our zero fee policy, all clients don’t pay for our services until their cases are won. If you feel in need of a second opinion, second opinion case reviews are also free under this policy. Please, feel free to give us at Normandie Law Firm a call, and we can guide you down the path of receiving proper compensation for your damages.

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