Our society heavily relies on consumer goods. When we purchase a product from a company, we expect that the product was designed, manufactured, and tested to ensure is safe to be used as intended. We also expect the product to be properly labeled and contain adequate warnings. Sometimes, because of greed or a rush to market, companies put out products that are defective.
Defective products come in various forms, include airbags, tires, circuit breakers, children’s toys, barbeques, stoves, saws, woodchippers, medical devices, and medications.
There are many laws in place to hold the responsible companies accountable; however, there are also laws in place to protect them. Therefore, if you or a loved one suffered a significant injury or even death from a defective product, you need an experienced product defect lawyer fighting for you.