Dangerous or Defective Products.
Manufacturers, wholesalers and sellers are obligated to provide consumers with products that are safe when used in a reasonable manner. Manufacturers are also obligated to market their product responsibly. When a person uses a product in a reasonable manner and that product causes injury, the manufacturer, wholesaler or seller may be liable.
Products liability law allows consumers to seek compensation when a product harms them. Compensable injuries can result from several types of wrongdoing on the part of the manufacturer, wholesaler or seller, such as negligence, design defects, manufacturing defects, lack of proper warning or instructions, and unreasonably dangerous conditions of the product.
Claims for product liability compensation can be brought against the manufacturer of a defective or dangerous product if three things can be established:
If you have been injured due to a defective product, there are some important things you need to remember:
Dobbs & Tittle has extensive experience handling claims involving defective and dangerous products. If you or a loved one has been injured by a product, we invite you to contact us. We are experienced product liability attorneys and our consultations are provided free and without obligation.
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