August 24, 2019

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Defective Product Claims

Product manufacturers are sometimes careless during the product research and development process. They may also fall short when it comes time to communicate with consumers by failing to include proper warning labels, using misleading marketing tactics, or using vague language in the product instructions. Oversights like these are often the result of companies putting profits over safety, rushing to get the products out the door.

Defective Product Dangers

Unsafe products cause far too many injuries in the United States each year. Small toy parts often cause choking injuries. Cleaning products may cause chemical or inhalation burns. Defective auto parts lead to collisions that cause paralysis, traumatic brain injury, and spinal injuries. Appliances may carry a high risk of shock or fire. Unsafe drugs can cause serious heart problems, organ damage, and death. All of these injuries are consequences that product makers should have foreseen with elaborate testing.

Defective Product Examples

A manufacturer may be held responsible for injuries that resulted directly from using their products. Defective products must pose an unusual risk to consumers due to a defective design, defective parts, poor assembly, or inaccurate labeling. Following are some examples of products that have been involved in product liability lawsuits.

  • Toxic substances, such as asbestos or chemicals used in manufacturing
  • Consumer products, such as toys, appliances, exercise equipment, and tools
  • Recalled food and beverages
  • Defective or improperly labeled drugs
  • Faulty construction materials
  • Defective medical devices, such as defibrillators, breast implants, and knee replacements
  • Defective auto parts, including tires, brakes, steering wheels, and seat belts
  • Child safety devices, such as car seats, carriers, and cribs
  • Office products
  • Health and beauty products
  • Home systems, such as water heaters and boilers
  • Faulty electrical devices

The defective product lawyers from have a wealth of experience handling product liability claims. They can help you use the current laws in your state to go after product makers who put unsafe products on shelves. Most importantly, product liability lawyers can work to achieve fair financial compensation for the damage caused to your family.

If you or a member of your family has been seriously hurt by a dangerous product, please click here to find a defective product attorney in your area.