Have You Been Injured by a Defective Product?
Defective products pose a considerable amount of danger as they cause injuries to a lot of consumers every single year. By definition, a product is considered defective if it contains a manufacturing or design imperfection. A product can also be classified as defective if it does not contain adequate warnings or instructions.
If your purchased product performs in a substandard manner but does not cause an injury, you can get a refund, exchange it, or review the warranty coverage. However, if it proves to be unreasonably dangerous and causes actual physical harm, then you have legitimate grounds to take legal action against the manufacturer.
To give you a clearer picture of the defective products law, we will provide you with
a concise summary of every type of product defect claim.
Legal Aspects of Defective Products
This law offers consumers a legal avenue to file a lawsuit if they have been harmed by a substandard product. The most common basis when pursuing a claim would be the negligence of the retailer or manufacturer. If you can prove that the offending party breached a standard during the manufacturing phase, then you have sufficient grounds for a lawsuit.
Trust our firm to pursue all possible legal avenues so that you can get justly paid. Contact us today so that we can schedule a consultation regarding your case.