In general, most products on the market are put through rigorous testing to ensure they are safe and work as intended. Still, at times, manufacturers fail to do their job to make sure the products they create are safe. In some cases, consumers may suffer because of their negligence when their products cause injury. Defective product personal injury cases aim to secure compensation for those who have been injured by defective products, and the most common types of these cases include:
Products are defective because of how they were manufactured.
When errors are made during the manufacturing a product, the consequences may be devastating to consumers. If you were injured because a product was not assembled properly or did not undergo the proper testing to ensure it was safe, you may have grounds for a defective product personal injury claim.
Products are defective because of how they were designed.
In some cases, the problem is not in manufacturing but in the fundamental design of a product. When this is true, every product is defective because the basic design is flawed or dangerous in some way. If you were injured because a product was not designed well, you may have grounds for a defective product personal injury claim.
Products do not include proper warning or instructions in packaging.
Manufacturers are responsible for including the clear warnings and instructions necessary for keeping consumers safe within product packaging. If a manufacturer failed to do so, and you were harmed as a result, you may have grounds for a defective product personal injury claim.
If a product you purchased was poorly manufactured, poorly designed, or did not contain proper warning or instructions within the packaging and you were injured as a result, you may have grounds for a defective product personal injury claim. A qualified personal injury can guide you through each step of the lawsuit and increase your chances of winning the compensation you deserve for your pain and suffering. To learn more about working with the layers at Howe & Associates,click here or call 404-285-4205.