Each year, thousands of American consumers suffer serious injuries and even death, by dangerous and defective products. Many of these injuries could have been avoided if the manufacturers or distributors of these products took steps to ensure consumer safety.
- The product was defective
- The defect existed prior to the manufacturer releasing the product
- The defect caused your damages
- Manufacturers and their marketers must label the product in such a way as to warn of all dangers associated with its use. The warning must specifically state how that product should be used and warn you of the hazards.
- Medical devices
- Home appliances
- Pharmaceutical drugs
- Childrens' toys