When a purchased product doesn’t meet your expectations, you’re certainly disappointed, but when that product is defective to the point of causing injury or death, it’s another story—perhaps with a tragic ending. Our experience with product liability cases includes the following:
Household products and appliances
Clothing and apparel
Recreational and athletic equipment
Infant safety products
Car accessories—tires, seat belts, airbags, car seats
Even when properly labeled with warnings, defective products are still a liability of the manufacturer. There are three types of defects involving commercial, consumer or medical products:
Design: the product was inherently unsafe but manufactured anyway.
Manufacturing: despite an adequate design, the product was made incorrectly or with faulty materials.
Failure to warn or instruct: Inadequate or missing instructions for and warnings about use of the product.
Reach out for a free consultation if you or a family member has incurred injuries due to a defective product. We’ll be glad to analyze your case and provide quality legal advice for proceeding with compensation.
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