Articles Tagged with pro se plaintiff

I must confess I have never spent a lot of time thinking about men’s underwear.  Thus, it never crossed my mind that a products liability case could arise from men’s underwear of any type.

Women’s underwear are different.  I am not saying I spend much  time thinking about that subject either, but I know of at least one products case that arose because of claimed defect in a thong intended to worn by a woman.

But Albert Freed had a problem with his underwear.  He thought that his Hanes underware was defectively designed or manufactured because it "gaped open and acted like a sandbelt on [his] privates."  Apparently, this was not a pleasant sensation and allegedly caused an injury.