A defective product is any product that causes injury to a person due to faulty labeling, a design defect, or defective manufacturing. Defective products can include anything from food items such as an energy drink to carbon dioxide detectors to medical devices such as a knee implant. Generally the law that governs defective products is referred to as "product liability." This area of law refers to the responsibility held by the manufacturer, designer, distributor, or retailer of any consumer product to ensure that it does not cause harm to the consumer.
Three conditions must exist to recover for injuries caused by a defective product:
If you or a loved one have been injured by a defective product, you should speak to with one or more Defective Products Lawyers immediately to learn more about preserving your rights and remedies. Certain defective products may be part of a class action lawsuit.
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