Lawsuits Against Doterra

Personal Injury Lawsuits Against Doterra

When it comes to making a personal injury claim in California, you have two basic choices: either file a lawsuit or settle the claim. If you decide to sue, there are a variety of types of lawsuits including personal injuries claims, product liability claims and breach of warranty claims. These cases are usually complex and very involved. On the other hand, settling for either court costs and a percentage of the settlements may be a preferable option for some plaintiffs. In this article I will explore both options and suggest the most favorable settlement scenario for the plaintiff.

For many plaintiffs, they simply do not have the financial means to pursue litigation.

It is true that lawsuits are expensive and it is also true that sometimes they require purchasing settlements already obtained from the defendant. However, for those who are unable to obtain a lawsuit loan or settlement loan because of the defendants’ financial condition, they may wish to consider a doterra account. (Doterra is an oil-trading firm that provides accounts to plaintiffs who cannot otherwise obtain settlement loans.)

One advantage to using doterra accounts is that they can be used to settle lawsuits even when there are no findings against the defendants.

(For instance, if a motor vehicle accident is blamed on the oil company but no injuries or damages are recorded in the police report, this will not be an issue for the plaintiff to use as evidence in a lawsuit.) Furthermore, some lawsuits are settled rather than taken to court. (e.g., a dispute over the amount that a customer paid for an oil change can be settled by entering into a draw down agreement.) As a result, plaintiffs who are not eligible for either a settlement loan or court-ordered jury verdict may be able to settle their case with the help of an account like doterra essential oils.

Another advantage is that a good attorney should know how to analyze and interpret the results from 3rd party testing.

(3rd party testing is where an outside firm performs an independent investigation of the product’s purity and quality for you.) Because of the nature of these products, it is often necessary to rely on testimony from consumers who have used the product in question. This testimony can often be unreliable and can even become part of the litigation’s centerpiece. (e.g., a young living plaintiff who is suing her car dealership over a defective product may be able to use 3rd party testing to establish whether the defect was indeed caused by the dealership’s oil treatment, rather than by the car manufacturer.)

In addition, certain states have begun to require that some kind of independent verification of oil treatment purity be performed before companies are allowed to sell these products in that state.

While this is useful because it protects consumers and protects the small businesses in the state who do not have the time or the ability to perform the 3rd party testing themselves, many plaintiffs’ lawyers have complained that it creates a loophole for litigants to use to escape liability when they do submit independent testing to the court. For instance, in one case in Florida, the discovery of oil in a customer’s bathtub set off a lawsuit in which the oil was determined to be the product of a faulty oil treatment. A young living woman who was using the tub in that state was able to escape liability when her suit was denied because she could not clearly establish that there had been a defect.

This is not the only troubling aspect of MLM lawsuits against Doterra.

In fact, a recent article in the Santa Monica Mountains Daily Search pointed to a number of troubling trends that we see with these lawsuits. Not only are plaintiffs frequently allowed to “doctor” their injuries with no clear proof of negligence on the part of the company whose product they are using, but some courts have even allowed companies to withhold important information from plaintiffs’ lawyers regarding the health risks associated with their product! (The same is true with personal injuries lawsuits.)

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