Frequently Asked Questions About Product Liability Cases
What is a product liability case?
Sometimes, the product may have been designed to be as safe as possible, and manufactured according to its design, but the manufacturer or seller of the product failed to warn the consumer of inherent dangers in the product that might not be obvious to the average person. We call this a “failure to warn” case.”
What if the product was designed well, but I still got hurt while using it?
I was injured while using a product. Is the product manufacturer responsible for my injuries?
I called the manufacturer and reported my injury. The manufacturer wants me to return the product to them. Should I do that?
The manufacturer says that I “misused” the product. What does that mean and will it affect my case?
I’ve saved the product. Now what do I do?
What is a “breach of warranty?”
What is an “implied warranty?”
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